My static website generator webgen has been around for a long time. Though there are now many other static website generators written in Ruby, I still maintain webgen because some of its functionality is unique.
The kramdown project has become an umbrella project for many parsers, converters, math engines, … It is time to split things apart to make them more manageable and have faster release cycles.
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced from May 25th
forward. In the light of this I adjusted some things on
Ruby’s performance is getting better and better with each release and the newly released 2.5.0 version is no different.
When programming in Ruby many people think that egregious memory usage is the norm and unavoidable. However, there are ways and strategies to keep memory usage down and in this post I will show you some of them.