You have disabled auto-rotation for stories. Re-enable?
Now you can have all the monitoring goodness you have in your Rails apps for your Java and .Net apps. Download RPM agent today.
Michael Grosser’s gem-dependent will list out all the places where your gem is named as a dependency. Be aware, it takes a few minutes to get all the information.
Redmine 1.0.3 was released this week. Redmine is a flexible project management web application written in Ruby on Rails. If you are thinking of using Trac, Jira, or some other project management tool, you should take a look.
Les Hill has a blog post on managing your Heroku config variables with a Thor task that reads a local YAML configuration file, making it very easy to make and manage changes to your applications settings.
Adding the no_querying views plugin to your Rails 3 app and get log messages whenever your view code accesses the database directly.
The bench_press gem provides a dsl for Ruby’s benchmark library so you can write simple scripts that test the performance of your code.
Working with a development team that is stuck behind a restrictive firewall? Use rvm_fw, a sinatra app that works as a local source for rvm rubies to install.
Jon Larkowski recently hosted an online book club meeting that discussed Cucumber and went over Mislav’s post, as well as a few others, and detailed how to work with Cucumber on a day to day basis.
Last week Google released a plugin for Apache called mod_pagespeed that automatically makes the configuration tweaks that pagespeed would recommend.
Corey Haines and Anthony Eden write about their experience testing a REST API using Cucumber steps.
Thor is a rake replacement tool that gives you some easier and better options for passing command line arguments and generating documentation for your tasks.
Trotter Cashion has blog post covering using Rake instead of Make for your builds.
Prologue is a gem that contains a rails 3 application generator. It spits out a rails 3 project for you that already includes authentication with Devise, Roles with cancan, and a bunch of other stuff like cucumber, capybara, mocha, factory_girl, timecop, will_paginate, friendly_id, and several other things.
GLI is a library for writing command-line applications. It has a generator and supporting classes for command line apps that use a command structure like git or gem.
vows is a behavior-driven development library for testing your node.js applications.
RubyConf is in NOLA next week! Take a look at the rubyconf.org site to keep up to date with and changes and announcements.
Sinatra, jQuery Mobile, Screwcap, Cucumber, Swinger, Arturo, and development with Ruby Enterprise Edition are on this episode of Ruby5.
2010 Rails Rumble results, Microsoft relinquishes IronPython and IronRuby, Laptops, Capybara, Translations, and Jazz are all on this episode of Ruby5.
Voting for the Rails Rumble is underway! Use Amazon's Mechanical Turk from your app! Makandra shares technical tidbits! Writing your own .gemspec is cool! git + vim = fugitive! Easily use native postgres searching!
Phusion Passenger 3.0.0, Rails accepts_nested_attributes_for vulnerability, ARel 2.0, Slim, RFID, Fog, TinyTDS, and more on this episode of Ruby5.
Looking to learn about Ruby? Take a look at the Ruby Path on Code School
This podcast is produced and distributed by Code School. Copyright © 2016 Code School LLC