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If you've been paying attention, you know New Relic is awesome for application monitoring and virtually every Ruby5 host uses it... but did you know its not just about pretty pictures? You can get your performance data through the New Relic API? Imagine how you could create your own metrics by mixing NewRelic's data with data from your own rails app!
This blog post shows how to use apn_sender to handle your Apple Push Notifications over a single persistent socket.
Host your jekyll blog on S3 with the help of the jekyll-s3 gem from Philippe Creux.
This tutorial walks you through setting up Rails 3 with OmniAuth and Mongoid. It also walks you through some of the basic decisions you make when starting an app.
This blog post shows you how to use the new SSL configurations in Rails 3.1.
PluginAWeek's state_machine had its 1.0 release this week and this blog post retrospects the road to this milestone.
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Guard yourself, we Endlessly Scroll through Rails 3, bring the Clamp down on Gimli, and Reverse back to Geocoder on this episode of Ruby5.
On Today's episode we tell you about the Rails 3.1 Beta, the RubyGems 1.8 release, Avdi's Exceptional Ruby book, semantic search with Picky, organizing your models with modules, plugin-a-week's State Machine gem, Cloudist, and fun with Pow, nginx, and reverse ssh proxying.
Want an Informal way to Thread Ruby? Maybe you're Tired or need an asset_hash? Well, Code with Me, Mendicant Supporters! KidsRuby and RubyRescue must_be on this episode of Ruby5.
This episode: Queue Classic Padrino on the Red Carpet after Secure Password Hookup with It's Log!
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