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Roobykon Ruby Digest 2018 : Issue 3 Ruby digest main

It has indeed been more than two decades since Ruby appeared, but as Debbie Pearson notes in one of our featured posts for this Ruby Digest, a vibrant Rails community means the language is as fresh now as ever – and the items of 'Roobykon Ruby Digest: Issue 3' are great examples of this…

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SEO For Marketplaces in 2018 1000%d1%85520

All business owners invest huge amounts of time and money in ensuring that their sites appear in those crucial first few SERP entries. And in the fast-developing world of marketplace selling, this is especially true. The way people search, what they search for, and the devices they use to do so are constantly changing, usually in difficult-to-predict ways. So, we at Roobykon thought we’d share our thoughts on what’s likely to change in this area in the remainder of 2018. Here’s what we see on the horizon!

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“Goodbye PayPal, Hello Adyen,” says eBay Banner 1000%d1%85500

Last month, we learned that one of original marketplace leaders, eBay, plans to cut loose its long-time payment partner, PayPal, in favour of Adyen, a younger Dutch platform. So let's find out more about this...

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Roobykon Ruby Digest 2018 : Issue 2 Digest main issue 2 2018

Like any ecosystem, the Ruby on Rails community depends for its health of a fine balance being maintained: between competition and cooperation, stability and progression, careful teamwork and radical experimentation. Accordingly, in this latest roundup of all that’s new on Rails, we find individual developers and teams working both to keep the wheels turning, and to reinvent them. Enjoy!

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