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Rails 3.0.7 was released yesterday night. It includes a few performance improvements to ActiveRecord, a few bug fixes, and should not break your existing applications running Rails 3.0.6.
TorqueBox is finally out of beta with their first release candidate towards 1.0, which they expect some time in May. TorqueBox is a Rack based web server which combines all the best parts of the Java server stack using JBoss and providing clustering, load-balancing, and high availability.
Yesterday on the official Ruby on Rails blog Xavier Noria posted an article talking about HTTP Streaming and how it’s being used in Rails 3.1. With HTTP protocol version 1.1, you can send data as soon as it starts being produced by the server, known as “chunked transfer encoding”.
Need some cool buttons for your mockup or side project using Rails? Look no further then the css3 buttons helper gem by Nicholas Bruning which makes it super simple to use the CSS3buttons designed by Michael Henriksen and polished by Nicolas Gallagher.
We've all done it, added a controller for serving up static files. In this article Mikel Lindsaar shares how he serves up these pages on StillAlive.com. He uses a catchall route with a pages controller, and in the view he fragment caches the static content. What's unique is the cache key on these static pages... he uses the git revision cache.
late last week Ernie Miller, the creator of MetaWhere released Squeel, a rewrite of the library. Squeel provids a powerful alternate syntax for creating queries which used AREL under the covers. You can now throw predicates (ands and ors) on the value side of a hash, use operators against columns, and even do subqueries. Powerful stuff!
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Another exciting episode! Build your own cloud! The merits of headless Capybara and exposing your own metrics. Will Dirty keep your cucumber green? Will resque_scheduler work on Heroku? DHH strikes again - with CoffeeScript!?! Stay tuned and find out!
Donate to TryRuby and Pow! suddenly your Unicorn is on HireFire, a Rally breaks out over Peepcode, and all of your HTTP clients go into the Matrix... this is Ruby5.
More upgrades, a handful of cool projects like green-light, postfixer, roar, and sausage, and our usual rundown of top blog entries, this time about testing payment processing, designing restful search urls, and workflows for staging your designers files into git on this Sherpa-led edition of Ruby5.
Goliath gets Clever, Development on the Road tests your Sanity, Rubygems and Bundler get bumped, and nominations for the 2011 Ruby Hero Awards are now open on this episode of Ruby5.
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