Mastering Ruby Closures (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Mastering Ruby Closures (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Monday, 06 November 2017

This book takes you through the different kinds of Ruby closures with examples. It starts with the basics of closures, then moves on to blocks and how they are used in real-world code before showing how to create and use procs and lambdas. Author Benjamin Tan Wei Hao ends by showing how to build your own lazy enumerables with advanced Ruby features such as fibers and generators.

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Each chapter comes with exercises that test and challenge your understanding.

Author: Benjamin Tan Wei Hao
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: Aug 2017
Pages: 96
ISBN: 978-1680502619
Print: 1680502611
Kindle: B0773ZMG58
Audience: Ruby developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Ruby

 

 

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