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In Ruby, we can easily put method definition inside a container class, then create new objects by sending the new message to that class like… Read More
Ruby is an open-source, dynamic, cross-platform, object-oriented, general-purpose programming language. It was developed by Yukihiro Matsumoto in the mid-1990s in Japan. Everything in Ruby is… Read More
One can easily configure VSCode for Ruby with some steps mentioned below, but first, let’s see what these terms are. Ruby is nothing but a… Read More
RubyGems is a service for hosting gems of Ruby’s community. You can publish your own gem and host it on RubyGems.  In this article, we… Read More
In this article, we are going to look into the implementation of PostgreSQL in a rails application. As we know that database is a very… Read More
Ruby on Rails or also known as rails is a server-side web application development framework that is written in the Ruby programming language, and it… Read More
Java is a high-level, open-source, object-oriented, and general-purpose programming language. Java is both compiled and interpreted programming language as its source code first compiled into… Read More
1. Ruby : Ruby is an object-oriented scripting language launched in 1995 and is known as a general-purpose programming language. It was programmed in C… Read More
Before stepping into a new project, the software developing team goes through a severe discussion in order to choose the best language, framework, or methodology… Read More
In Ruby, a Monkey Patch (MP) is referred to as a dynamic modification to a class and by a dynamic modification to a class means… Read More
Before stepping into a new project software developing team goes through severe discussions in order to choose the best language for their project. As we… Read More
Ruby has an in-built module autoload, which comes into action whenever a specific module or a class is accessed or called upon from the parent… Read More
Python is a general-purpose, high level programming language developed by Guido van Rossum in 1991. It was structured with an accentuation on code comprehensibility, and… Read More
The and keyword in Ruby takes two expressions and returns “true” if both are true, and “false” if one or more of them is false.… Read More
In Ruby, “or” keyword returns the logical disjunction of its two operands. The condition becomes true if both the operands are true. It returns “true”… Read More

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