The Ruby “core libraries” are the standard Ruby classes and modules that are always available without loading any extra code.
In this episode, we'll look at an easy way to find items in a collection with the lowest (or highest) of some attribute. And at how we can apply this …
Today's dish is a quick little refactoring that demonstrates working with multiple values pulled from a Hash.
In today's episode, we'll compare two methods for getting to the body of an email: one imperative; one functional; and both idiomatic Ruby.
In this episode, we look into how to get the most out of the Regexp#match method.
In this episode we dig into RubyGems in order to understand how it augments Ruby's built-in code loading mechanisms.
Today we talk about how to let client coders know that something might be amiss... the Ruby way.
Good morning diners! On today's menu, we have a deep exploration of Ruby's Range type. Even if you've used ranges before, you might find something new to chew on. Enjoy!
Today, some options for getting the first N elements from a list.
Today we look at a lesser-known but handy pair of methods on Strings.