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Story #1 for our Heroku hat-trick is a blog entry by Natan Humbert showing how to set up Sinatra and bundler to deploy to Heroku.
Next up, Jason Green tells us how to get a GoDaddy wildcard ssl working on Heroku, including tips for navigating GoDaddy's upsell checkout without buying anything extra.
And finally, Jimmy Cuadra gives us a good rundown of the issues of packaging assets at deploy time with Heroku, and runs through several options
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Travis is an attempt to create an open-source, distributed build system for the Ruby community that allows open-source projects to register their repository and have their test-suites run on demand, and allows users to contribute build capacities by connecting a VM that runs a build agent somewhere on their underused servers.
Firewall is an IP firewall that is baked inside of your Rails3 application. Through a yaml file in your config directory you can white and blacklist by ip address and address ranges, for each rails environment you set up.
Compass-Magic is a plugin for the Compass css authoring framework that provides some bifty features with RMagick/ImageMagick, including things like image cropping, resizing, image composing, and other cool things. If you've used compass, you've probably run across a scenario where a change in the css would best be accompanied by a tweak to an image. Now you can do just that.
Lumberjack is a drop in replacement for Ruby's Logger class. It adds a few pieces of metadata, such as the process name and ID that generated the event; most interestingly, there is a 12 digit hex code logged with the statement that represents the 'unit of work', or code scope that generated the log. If you've ever had to dissect a busy log file where several related log statements are scattered because of multiple logging processes, this ID can help you reassemble the logs by process that created them.
As mentioned in the closing of this episode, The CodeSherpas will be teaching a one-day Ruby on Rails Deployment/Monitoring/Tuning/Security class in Reston, VA on March 11th.
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The JRuby book, rubygems 1.5, and Gem Testers, as well as Mongoid Geo, view testing abstraction, and Jekyll and Hyde are on this episode of Ruby5.
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