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Drop-in Responsive Styles With Sass

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Organizing responsive styles into your existing stylesheet is always a challenge, but a simple Sass mixin can provide you with a dead-simple way to inject responsiveness wherever it’s needed.

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LittleDecorator Gem: Rails Model Decoration in 42 Lines

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We usually hand-roll our own decorators here at Hashrocket. After doing this a few times I’ve found a pattern that I really like, and now I’ve turned it into a gem called LittleDecorator. This gem delivers on its name: there are only 42 lines of code in lib. This blog post explains how to use it and how it works.

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8 Great Vim Mappings

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I frequently create mappings or functions whenever I find myself repeating the same keystrokes. By now I’ve accumulated a decent list of custom mappings. Here are a few of my favorites:

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Hashrocket Code Audits

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Hashrocket has a thorough and well-structured code audit process. We evaluate code history, bootstrapping, architecture, value of tests, code clarity, security risks, and any area of concern a developer might encounter. Depending on project size, it could last from a couple of days to a week – and the client will come away with invaluable insights into their product.