|12 months ago||about 1 year ago|
|MIT License||MIT License|
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Ask HN: What developer tools would you like to see?
33 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 May 2022
Perhaps using guard you can automate that https://github.com/guard/guard
Unit tests run - Should it be included as a pre-push githook?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/devops | 2 May 2022
It seems like where you are, devs are pushing code that fails in the CI/CD pipeline, which means, if your test suite isn't flakey, they aren't running tests locally. I had this problem too. I work on a rails monorepo, so I use the guard gem to automatically run certain tests when certain files are changed. There should be an analagous tool in whatever language/framework env(s) you're working in.
Poor man's file watcher
1 project | dev.to | 24 Aug 2021
You should definitely use something more polished like Guard but you could also experiment with a "simpler" approach.
What tools are people using for auto testing?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/rails | 18 Jun 2021
Check out https://github.com/guard/guard and https://github.com/guard/guard-rspec (if you're using rspec)
Watchdog/Guarddog for sending build notifications on ruby development?
1 project | reddit.com/r/ruby | 20 May 2021
How to Setup Tailwind JIT in Rails 6 with Live Reload 
3 projects | dev.to | 11 Apr 2021
Installation guide for guard
Test Commit Revert in Rails using Guard
Guard is a gem I have some prior experience with; it can be configured so that when a change is made to a file (for example: models/user.rb) it will autorun the associated test file (in this example: user_test.rb). As you can imagine, this significantly cuts down on the time until seeing either red or green tests which is super helpful for TDD and a necessary first part of TCR.
Now, consider this a mea culpa, as I know there are many ways this could go wrong. The guard documentation was also kind enough to warn me as such. This is, for better or for worse, my first attempt at building out a way to TCR in Rails. I’m excited to be able to follow up as I spend more time with my monstrous guardfile and this workflow so I can let you know how it goes.
Two key pieces of guard documentation, one on creating an inline guard and the other on hooks and callbacks. All of the docs were very helpful though!
1 project | reddit.com/r/rails | 8 Apr 2022
Try the Gon gem
What are some alternatives?
Gollum - A simple, Git-powered wiki with a sweet API and local frontend.
Ruby Operators - Webpage to show interesting names of different Ruby operators.
FasterPath - Faster Pathname handling for Ruby written in Rust
Diffy - Easy Diffing in Ruby
QR-code - A Ruby library that encodes QR Codes
RubyDNS - A DSL for building fun, high-performance DNS servers.
DeepPluck - Allow you to pluck attributes from nested associations without loading a bunch of records.
Betty - Friendly English-like interface for your command line. Don't remember a command? Ask Betty.