Tagaholic - Demystifying Irb's Commands
Irb is one of the most commonly used standard ruby libraries, yet most don’t seem to know much about it. I’ve lost count of the number of blog posts that explain some irb “tricks” or “secret” config options. This is the first in a series that aims to make irb less magical and more accessible.IRB: Let’s Bone Up On The Interactive Ruby Shell
IRB articlesTagaholic - Hirb - Irb On The Good Stuff
Irb is a great place for interacting with Ruby. Unfortunately, even with the colorful help of wirble, it's not so great for visualizing the output of those interactions. Hirb aims to change that.
View mini framework for irb.Hijack: Get A Live IRB Prompt For Any Existing Ruby Process
Only requires that gdb be available on the box. No requiring libraries or listening on sockets to get the console. Rad.
Whoah, hot-swapping IRB prompt for running Ruby process.try ruby! (in your browser)
A backup of whys poignant guide to Ruby. Try Ruby online