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So, you've seen HTML5 and CSS3 and want to use it, but you know that not all of your visitors' browsers support it (cough*IE*cough). So, with RenderIt, you can actually generate custom templates per browser group, allowing you to use HTML5 with browser that support it, and fall back to more traditional approaches with ones that don't.
Do you use Bash's ^R (history search) and wish you could also have it in IRB? Well, Tech-Angels wrote up a quick summary of how to add command history, colorization, and ^R support in IRB.
Have you noticed that it's painful to maintain multiple Heroku applications across multiple Heroku accounts? Manual linking of credentials and SSH keys are often the band aid solution, but Brooke Kuhlmann just released the Heroku Plus gem which makes managing multiple accounts simple.
Last Thursday, Twitter released the new Tweet Button and shortly afterward, Intridea released the tweet-button gem. With it, you can easily insert the new Tweet Button into any view and you can easily configure all of the available options.
Currently, RCov doesn't work with Ruby 1.9. But, on the bright side, Ruby 1.9 ships with its own Coverage library and Ruby Hero Aaron Patterson recently wrote up an article on how you can utilize it to build your own coverage tool.
Using the ideas put forth by Aaron Patterson, Mark Bates just released CoverMe, which takes advantage of Ruby 1.9's Coverage library to give you an RCov-like development tool. The results provide you with sortable columns, searching and filtering, color-coding, and more.
Back in February, we traveled to San Francisco to spend a day with Carl Lerche and Yehuda Katz at Engine Yard to collect information for the recently released Rails 3 Screencasts. While we were there, we video taped the entire day and we just posted a 20 minute highlight reel on the Envy Labs Blog. Keep in mind, this was recorded, coincidentally, on the day of the first beta release of Rails 3.
Railtie, Unencumbered, You're Cuking it Wrong, whereuat, rake.vim, and Gem in a Box.
Microsoft, IronRuby, and Jimmy Schementi start this episode of Ruby5. Then, we touch on Ruby Zucker, AJAX Exceptions, details of the Ruby splat operator, and learning BDD by playing dice.
Can you believe we made it all the way to 100? This episode is live from BizConf 2010, where Gregg managed to get a few interviews discussing useful Ruby business tools.
Rockstars "and" Engine Yard's CLI "or" Passenger && Viewpoint are on this episode of Ruby5.
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