I recently gave a talk at both NYC.rb and DCRUG about some great features of Enumerable that deserve more attention. I touch on interesting use cases for using Enumerable and Enumerator including API client libraries, streaming HTTP, web crawlers, CSV parsing, and infinite sequences.

I put together a bunch of code samples for the talk and assembled them in a repository on GitHub:


To run a sample, clone the repo and install the gems:

$ git clone https://github.com/rossta/loves-enumerable.git
$ cd loves-enumerable
$ bundle install

Then simply run the code with the ruby executable.

$ ruby code/pascals_triangle.rb

You'll get the most out of this repo by inspecting the source along with following the presentation.

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