Ruby on Mac

If all you want it to install the latest version of Ruby and don’t require different versions of it installed side by side you can use Homebrew to install it on your Mac. All you must do is enter this command Your Ruby development is now only a few gems away. Thank you for reading

Homebrew on Mac

Homebrew is a package manager written in Ruby for Mac OS X which lets you install and setup packages that are not part of the system or need come from a different source. Homebrew is commonly used by developers of all types to replace outdated system packages or install will lesser or no hassle, Homebrew […]

Jekyll on Raspberry Pi

Jekyll is a blog aware static website generator written in Ruby that converts Markdown files into static HTML files. It supports many Markdown interpreter here are some of them RDiscount , Maruku, Kramdown and RedCarpet. Jekyll stores its configuration in a ‘_config.yml’ file that contains information about how to build the static website and which […]

RVM on CentOS

RVM also known as Ruby Version Manager is a command-line tool which allows you to easily install, manage, and work with multiple versions of Ruby or environments from interpreters to sets of gems. Here is an easy guide to install RVM on CentOS.