[Ruby on Rails] Word search game

For the past few months, I’ve been working on a word search game built using Ruby on Rails. It was a hands on learning experience as this was the first time I was using Ruby on Rails. I’m excited to share it with you so let me know what you think of the beta version : http://wordsearch.today. The website … Read more[Ruby on Rails] Word search game

Gem – Ruby – Probability Statistics Methods

As I was learning Ruby and was going over my statistics methods. I feel like I should build a gem to give the Array class of the statistics and probability methods it deserves ! And here it is : rubygems ! The gem is called math_statistics_array_methods. If you want to participate here is the git repo: GitLab. Let … Read moreGem – Ruby – Probability Statistics Methods

Ruby on Rails – Gem – GUI Foldable Content

I have been working on a website written in Ruby on Rails for a while (It is not done yet but I will publish an update as soon as it is finished) and I wanted to have foldable blocks of html content. Like in the preference page. I want to have the user be able to open the category … Read moreRuby on Rails – Gem – GUI Foldable Content

Asynchronous Data Fetch – Gem – Ruby on Rails

Asynchronous fetch has always been so tedious. I have been working on a website written in Ruby on Rails for a while (It is not done yet but I will publish an update as soon as it is finished) and I felt the need to fetch data from the database asynchronously to have more responsiveness in the UI. It … Read moreAsynchronous Data Fetch – Gem – Ruby on Rails

[TamperMonkey] Youtube Subscription: Button to scroll to last viewed

If you don’t know TamperMonkey, it is a chrome extension to run javascript scripts for specific webpage. You can, like that, modify a webpage to add features or remove annoying behaviors. I follow a lot of youtube channels ( more than 100 ) and that means I have a lot of new videos to watch … Read more[TamperMonkey] Youtube Subscription: Button to scroll to last viewed

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