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Rails 2.3.9 was released last Saturday, and serves as a great stepping stone to get your application running on Rails 3. If you can run 2.3.9 without deprecation notices, then you may want to jump on that upgrade!
htty is a new Ruby gem from Nils Jonsson which you might describe as a cross between the CURL command and the lynx browser. Basically if you ever find yourself crafting elaborate CURL scripts to test URL responses, it may be time to learn to use htty.
Ruby Hero Ilya Grigorik just wrote up a blog post on ZeroMQ, which is what Zed Shaw uses in Mongrel 2. ZeroMQ is a message-oriented abstraction layer that sits above the traditional BSD socket APIs. If you understand this stuff, then you're smarter then us.
Mongoid Tree by Benedikt Deickewhich allows you to have a tree hierarchy inside your the mongo NOSQL database. The Gem is built on top of the Mongoid ORM and uses the materialized path pattern inside Mongo to give you all the helper methods you might want with a data in tree.
Some of the guys from Planet Argon recently created RailsDeveloper.com. It's aim is t give Rails developers a place to share resources (links), ask questions, help others, review books, watch videos, and more.
Have you ever thought to yourself... "self, I would certainly test more better and more often if only I could write those aforementioned tests in lolcat." Well, beyond your poor grammar, I applaud your sensibilities. And this week, Josep Bach has come to your rescue with the cheezburger gem. Yes. Now, you too can write your tests in lolcat.
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The closing song is LOLTogether by Allison Lonsdale and Eben Brooks.
Refinery, During Construction, Saki, Andriod SpyCam, JRuby on Rails3, Inploy, Bundler meets Capistrano, Rake-remote_Task, and cached commons are all featured on this episode of Ruby5
Rails 3 has been released, memcached received a new Ruby library, and RubyDoc.info is in your RubyGems generating your YARD docs. Also, API versioning, extended transaction support, tutorials and more are on this episode of Ruby5.
A nice grab bag for this episode: resque_action_mailer_backend, Swift ORM, Upload Juicer, Ruby 1.9.2 debugging problems, Rails 3 RC2, and Frivol.
Azebiki, RVM's 1.0 release, home_run, Prowly, and Wrong are all covered on this episode of Ruby5. It feels so right, how can it be wrong?
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