Just a few links. I don’t know if this is a good collection anymore.
- Shell, Command Line, Bash, etc.
Constructing a less than simple query with rails and arel This is from back in 2011, so is probably out of date, but still contains some fascinating use of AREL instead of writing straight SQL.
The definitive guide to Arel, the SQL manager for Ruby This is more recent, still talking about using AREL but in much more depth.
Autoprefixer (GitHub) is a CSS post-processor that automatically adds CSS vendor prefixes and fixes the CSS to work in many browser versions that don’t yet have full support for CSS features. See also “Can I Use” below.
Can I Use shows which browsers support which features.
CSS-Tricks Blog is a great site for learning about nify CSS stuff.
A Productive Development Environment with Docker on OS/X A good write-up on using docker in rails development.
Jekor’s Emacs Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxj9UAX4Em-IiOfvF2Qs742LxEK4owSkr
Super set of videos showing the basics of using Emacs. Very good for visual learners new to Emacs.
- aurelia.io - a newish (April 2015) JS client framework using pretty simple convention over configuration to speed up SPA development. Durandel.JS is the previous generation of aurelia.
- React.JS and Rails by Fernando Villalobos. A really clear tutorial for using React.JS with Rails, including sample code (my fork).
- Introducing Jekyll-hook: Run your own GitHub Pages — Development Seed
- Prose · A Content Editor for GitHub, prose/prose
- Build websites in HTML or Jekyll. Have your non-technical team update inline - CloudCannon
Shell, Command Line, Bash, etc.
- Learn Enough Command Line To Be Dangerous – by Michael Hartl of RailsTutorial fame.
- Randy Coulman has written a series on testing that I think you’ll find useful.
Version Control, Git, etc
The Importance of Writing Good Commit Messages – a follow-up to the previous link.