The difference between a class method and a instance method is that instance method is created when the object is created.  However a […]
The attr_reader and attr_writer (as well as attr_accessor) really confused me, until I read this post: He makes an […]
In Ruby you can create a class that inherits from another with the < symbol.  For example: class Male < […]
Much of Ruby’s syntax can be refactored to one line statements.  This is something I need to work more on. […]
A block is not referenced (so it’s not an object), but can run a series of steps – a method […]
Rather then use a for loop to increment through a set, in Ruby you can use the methods upto and […]
Creating an Empty Hash A hash (or dictionary) is a set of key/value pairs.  In Ruby you can create an […]
In Ruby some methods are invoke with the bang (!) such as: .downcase! The bang has several meanings: It’s a […]
A palindrome is a word that spells the same, if you arrange the letters backwards as well as forwards.  Mom […]
Useful for JSON testing, you can use Ruby to iterate over hashes and output the results. For example, if you […]

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I recently looked at the Web Automation framework, Webdriver IO, in 2021 and compared it to what I currently use. […]
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