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Did you know that New Relic Has deployment tracking? All you do is modify your capistrano task to let new relic know when you do a deployment. Then when you view you stats on new relic after the deployment, you'll actually see a line on each of your new relic graphs so you'll be able to see how performance was affected. Check out the video over on NewRelic.com to learn more.
The Command Line Argument Parser is a small ruby library you can use to create simple command-line ruby apps.
Have you ever needed to watch a file or directory for a change, and do something when that change occurs? Check out Guard.
Transactional Factories is a ruby gem that adds test-suite level setup and teardown methods to your test::unit tests. Using database transactions to roll back before each test, you can avoid expensive object creation in your tests using this gem.
a ruby port of a perl library, you can use Write Excel to create rich binary excel workbooks with multiple worksheets, graphs, formulas, and even formatting.
Implements the view pattern where a list of messages are shown at the top, often a combination of flash messages and ActiveRecord validation issues on one or more models. This allows for a nice, stylized block of messages at the top of the page with icons indicating what type of message it is (error, confirmation, warning, etc.)
Ruote is a workflow engine for Ruby. You define process sequences in Ruby, xml, or json, and define workflow participants who are registered against that workflow. The ruote process then controls the routing of work through that workflow.
In this blog entry, Alberto Morales shares with us how he used graphviz to generate an org chart from dta collected via a rails application.
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Ruby Facets, RSpec 2.0, Magic Ruby, aRailsDemo, OmniSocial, and more are on this episode of Ruby5.
Bunyan for your logs; lots of Heroku news: add-on provider program, Moonshado SMS, and Heroku-san; Omni-Auth FTW; and RubyGems 101
Phusion Passenger 3.0.0 RC1, Bundler 1.0.2, Rails ERD, Google OpenID, Koi, Clipboard, and more are covered on this episode of Ruby5.
InfinityTest, Cells, simple geocoding, Rails Best Pracices, HTTPI, Neapolitan, Gitifier, and more in this edition of Ruby5 with your hosts, David Bock and Karen Gillison
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