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Andrew Kalek recently released the Mongify gem, which helps you migrate your existing SQL database into MongoDB.
Jésus Lopes let us know about a gem he released last week, called googl. It is a Ruby library for interacting with Google's URL shortener, goo.gl. With it, you can not only shorten URLs, but also collect and process analytics on those URLs.
Last week, Andy Atkinson and Nate Kadlac put together a simple Sinatra app designed to act as a landing page for your new web application where it presents a teaser and collects email addresses from your visitors.
Andy Lindeman points out that you should Beware of Ruby Sugar. Specifically, he shows that if you're iterating over a Range of Times, you may be paying a significant performance price for that nicety.. to the tune of creating 86400 Time instances per day. It often pays to peek under the hood.
Ever want a web interface for inspecting your Delayed Job queue? Trevor Turk has taken on the task of building a generic admin interface for inspection and ultimately manipulation of your queue.
If you use a significant amount of AJAX in your application, it may be in your best interest to figure out how to use the browser's address bar to retain state. This helps with deep linking, bookmarking, and more. And, with HTML5's History API or jQuery's Address library, it's becoming trivial for supported browsers.
NoSQL with MySQL? In your Fistface! Autorefresh your HTML Truncation, Learning on the RailsBridge, keep it ClassyCAS, and some Windows love courtesy of the RailsInstaller!
Safe(r) monkey patching, GeoMagic, custom RSpec2 matchers, Sanitize, Sunspot and Solr, widgets, zero-copy, and even a Hamster are on this episode of Ruby5.
Immerse yourself in Git, check out JRuby 1.6.0, Meet Jenkins, dit your gems, learn about a good restful cheat sheet, and check out a few gems on this episode of Ruby5
Ruby-core speaks, Hadoop, RSpec, TorqueBox, Streamly, Keycutter, Cartographer, and Micetrap. All topics you should know about to stay on top of your game, here on Tuesday's episode of Ruby5.
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