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MiniTest is the Ruby 1.9.2 replacement for Test::Unit. And recently, Ken Collins got MiniTest::Spec - RSpec-like helpers - working with Rails and wrote up an article on how you can do the same.
It is fairly annoying to have to remember how to start and stop different launchd / launchctl services on OS X. But, with Mike Perham's new Lunchy library, all you have to remember is the service name. It wraps the launchctl interface with a simple and intuitive Ruby-based interface.
If you often find yourself having to refer to the documentation to identify the name of that method that does that thing... then you might want to give Ruby Method Finder a try, by Michael Kohl. You give it an input and an expected result, and it'll tell you the method that'll get you there, just like the Small Talk Method Finder.
Mat Brown just released a short writeup and script to tie Heroku's pgbackup into the Backup library. With this setup, you can easily backup your Heroku data to several places using a variety of methods.
Paul Meserve put together a post where he shows you how to use Andrew VAlum's file-uploader together with New Bamboo's Rack middleware to create an HTML5-based multi-file uploader for Rails. So, if you're tired of Flash and want another approach, you should take a look.
Julio Ody has been putting together a Rack middleware port of Apache's modpagespeed, called Rack::PageSpeed. It's a middleware that will automatically modify your outgoing HTML to use some best practices when it comes to assets packaging, minification, and data URI insertion. It also has some intelligent caching built in.
RailsConf is coming up, so you should be aware of some of the side-events going on along with it. Ignite RailsConf is Monday, May 16th, Bohconf will sit alongside RailsConf, and just before the conferences, Jumpstart Lab is putting on a Rails Testing Workshop for charity. So, if you want to get a first hand look at what all the testing fuss is about, you should check it out on May 15th.
MacRuby 0.10 released, walking through gem creation, the launch of puzzlenode, easy tabular data with tabulatr, shelltoad, and more in this edition, with your Sherpa hosts Kim and Dave.
Whois Code School, someone Resort the Blueprint, and tell the RankedModel to get out of the seamless_database_pool on this episode of Ruby5.
Today's Ruby5 assault begins with a generous helping of slop and a swamp rat battle. It rages on with talk of zombies and cucumbers, static site generation and natural language parsing. Finally we bring it all home with a new way to protect sensitive user data and some fresh-squeezed JRuby.
The Gibbler's Gotcha with her Sorcery, the Zombies Git SHA, and OmniAuth Resolves a new release on this episode of Ruby5.
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