Hello RedDotRubyConf! Thankyou for your interest in dry-rb! Want to learn more? Here are some resources to get you started.
Next-generation Ruby web apps with dry-rb, rom-rb, and Roda
Thursday 23rd June, 2016
If you’ve ever yearned for more than the Rails way, come along and learn how a small set of tools and techniques can bring joy to your Ruby web app development, from the smallest beginnings through to the most complex of codebases. Discover how concepts like functional programming, immutability, strict typing, dependency injection and object composition can actually be easy and natural in Ruby (yes, really!), and how they will make your web app a pleasure to build, test and extend.
- dry-rb documentation
- dry-rb on GitHub
- rom-rb documentation
- rom-rb on GitHub
- roda documentation
- roda on GitHub
And be sure to check out Piotr Solnica’s upcoming book, Web Development with ROM and Roda!
Open source examples
Tim has been blogging about “next-generation” Ruby apps for the past few months. Follow along to see some of the ideas from his talk in more detail:
- My past and future Ruby
- Inactive records: the value objects your app deserves
- Functional command objects in Ruby
- Effective Ruby dependency injection at scale
- Better code with an inversion of control container
- A change-positive Ruby web application architecture
- Put HTTP in its place with Roda
- A conversational introduction to rom-rb
- Conversational rom-rb, part 2: types, associations, and update commands