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This weekend, Ruby on Rails version 3.0.5 was released. This update contains a few bug fixes, new deprecations, and - among other things - some additional pluralization inflectors. It is recommended that you upgrade if you're on the 3.0 branch.
Michael Van Rooijen recently released Git Pusshuten, a Git-based application tool. With it, you can define environments, provision servers, and deploy your application with git.
Gowalla CTO and co-founder Scott Raymond was interviewed last week over on Mashable where he discussed scaling Rails for Gowalla.
Jeremy Weiskotten recently released a Ruby library which wraps the Dribbble API, called Swish.
Roberto Decurnex let us know about his new Rack middleware gem called rack-jsonp-middleware. It automatically converts standard JSON responses to JSONP when appropriate.
LocomotiveCMS is a relative new-comer to the Ruby CMS world, but as it uses Rails 3, Devise, CarrierWave, HAML, Delayed Job, and MongoDB, it'll surely catch on quickly.
PaperTrail is an auditing extension for Rails, written by Andy Stewart. It lets you track all changes to model data, including creation, modification, and destruction as well as who requested it.
Today on the Ruby5 we attend VoiceRally, search for a Soulmate, and get all Fancy with Rubinius. We also preview Sinatra, send email with SES, and wish everyone a special Birthday!
Capybara eats Steak, Noah becomes a ZooKeeper, Ruby gets an update, and the Face of RubyGems cannot be copyrb'd or Asset Cached on this episode of Ruby5.
Three blogs about Heroku deployment, Stepdown metrics gem for cucumber, Travis - the new distributed build system, An integrated firewall for Rails3, Using RMagic for fun and proit with Compass, and LumberJack in this edition of Ruby5
I just came to say hello, and let you know about pg_serach, caching views (and testing them), Ruby metaprogramming, better mocking, funnel tracking, facebook on Heroku, and vendoring everything (including yer mom). Goodbye!
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