Welcome to my blog! It’s turning out to be my playground for Ruby, but I’ve started to put up some other posts. Do visit again, soon!
New: The #Jekyll Tweetsert Plugin pulls tweets from Twitter timeline(s) and inserts them as posts. Features: filters, importing hashtags, post category/tags, more. #RubyGems https://t.co/gvJUY6xTRV GitHub https://t.co/oH6NFcj0SC #tweetsert #releases #ruby #ajni @jekyllrb— Alex Ibrado (@ibrado) December 12, 2017
A Certificate Authority (CA) is an organization trusted to release cryptographic certificates for websites and such. When you’re browsing and see
https:// instead of
http://, the site you’re visiting is using an SSL/TLS certificate from a CA. Such a certificate encrypts communications between your browser and the site you’re visiting, preventing it from being intercepted and read by third parties.
Something to consider if my #Pebble croaks. I just wonder if those apparently hard-to-replace sport straps would become brittle like others. One of the things I like about a Pebble is that you can just walk up to any watch store and grab a replacement strap. https://t.co/UkI80GPCRw— Alex Ibrado (@ibrado) December 6, 2017
My Duchess passed away today due to a sudden illness.
A Ruby n00b moment: it turns out that gems can pulled from any git repository and branch! This means I don’t have to wait for my Pull Requests to be approved to use all the changes I’ve made to the jekyll-paginate-v2 Jekyll plugin. I just have to edit my
Gemfile like so:
group :jekyll_plugins do gem "jekyll-feed", "~> 0.6" #gem "jekyll-paginate-v2" gem "jekyll-paginate-v2", :git => "https://github.com/ibrado/jekyll-paginate-v2.git", :branch => "everything" end