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code review / feedback for improvement
2 projects | /r/ruby | 16 Sep 2023
Adopt some sort of consistent formatting. Your top-level module starts off indented, seems like wasted space. May I suggest RuboCop?
An Introduction to RuboCop for Ruby on Rails
3 projects | dev.to | 13 Sep 2023
By default, out of the box, RuboCop comes with a default set of pre-configured rules. The documentation will tell you Rubocop's default rules.
I live and work in the US where protests against police brutality have been ongoing for days, and coming to work this week the word "cop" has an uncomfortable feeling about it.
3 projects | /r/programmingcirclejerk | 7 Jul 2023
Code Reviewing a Ruby on Rails application.
6 projects | dev.to | 3 Jul 2023
RuboCop is a Ruby static code analyzer (a.k.a. linter) and code formatter. Out of the box it will enforce many of the guidelines outlined in the community Ruby Style Guide. Apart from reporting the problems discovered in your code, RuboCop can also automatically fix many of them for you.
Xeme: I'd value your opinion on my new Ruby gem
5 projects | /r/ruby | 29 May 2023
But I will encourage you to adopt Rubocop to enforce the style you want, so that if others want to contribute, they can write with spaces and then run rubocop -a and end up with the styling you prefer. Tabs indentation support was added a couple of years back: https://github.com/rubocop/rubocop/pull/7867
Welcome to Rails Cheat Sheet
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 13 May 2023
In my last job I encountered my first Rails codebase ever (mostly REST APIs but a few server-rendered views as well). After the initial chaotic impression of the codebase (it was a startup after all) with all the Rails magic on top, I really fell in love with the framework after a more experienced Rails dev introduced a few key conventions and helpful libraries to the codebase.
Out of those, I’d at least add the RuboCop  linter and the BetterSpecs  guidelines to this list. Both helped tremendously in eliminating bikeshedding in the team and freeing up brainpower to solve actual problems. The first one helped me learn intricacies of Ruby bit by bit right in my IDE and the latter guided us to write tests in a style that’s easy to maintain and trust.
Nice Ruby IDEs
2 projects | /r/ruby | 24 Mar 2023
“Bots will replace devs!” Also bots:
2 projects | /r/ProgrammerHumor | 17 Dec 2022
Still kinda pissed about that. It's the same as with Bens. We will reach equality by removing representation, yay? At least rubocop didn't kneel
How to make rubocop be more versatile
2 projects | /r/ruby | 8 Nov 2022
1) Many cops have configurable attributes. See for example Layout/SpaceInsideParens. You could open a merge request to add configurable attributes to other cops like Layout/SpaceInsidePercentLiteralDelimiters - as long as the default behaviour stays the same, it will probably get accepted. I do suggest opening an issue with a detailed list of what attributes you would like to add to which cops first, and getting a green light from a maintainer. Check the Contributing section on the website, which also contains a link to the contribution guidelines.
Improve Code in Your Ruby Application with RubyCritic
7 projects | dev.to | 26 Oct 2022
rubocop - a linter for Ruby code that helps you follow a style guide used by the Ruby community, or even apply your own code style. It's very useful to set standards in your team and avoid silly conflicts about spaces and tabs.
What are some alternatives?
sorbet - A fast, powerful type checker designed for Ruby
Rubycritic - A Ruby code quality reporter
coc-solargraph - Solargraph extension for coc.nvim
bullet - help to kill N+1 queries and unused eager loading
Ruby style guide - A community-driven Ruby coding style guide
Reek - Code smell detector for Ruby
Hashie - Hashie is a collection of classes and mixins that make Ruby hashes more powerful.
Pronto - Quick automated code review of your changes
Devise - Flexible authentication solution for Rails with Warden.
Capistrano - A deployment automation tool built on Ruby, Rake, and SSH.
RSpec - RSpec meta-gem that depends on the other components
Pundit - Minimal authorization through OO design and pure Ruby classes