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New Relic recently released Real User Monitoring which allows you to measure your page load time (and much more) across browsers, operating systems, and geography for users across the globe. If you want to see how fast your page is loading client side, New Relic can now help with that as well. from real users, across the globe. How fast is your web app for your users?
Pow is a zero configuration rack server for OSX. 37 Signals uses it for all their developers, so they don't have to run 10 services to just develop on a single app. Pow takes care of starting up servers as needed.
If you want to use POW and serve up your PHP and CGI applications as well, Spike Ilacqua shows you how with Rack::Legacy.
Yehuda covered his thoughts on how to build Rails apps that work with rich client-side applications. He proposed some standards for json data web services, and Travor Menagh wrote up this nice summary of his talk.
Piotr Sarnacki's non-production ready gem to give Rails a Bulk API for the purpose of integrating Sproutcore applications with Rails applications dead simple.
At Railsconf Nick Sieger released JRuby Lint, a simple tool that allows you to see how ready your code is to run on JRuby. It will check your project code and configuration for common gotchas and issues that might make it difficult to run your code on JRuby.
Avdi Grimm did a talk on Confident Code. One of his points revolved around the over use of nil. In Ruby we use nil to represent many things, which may not be great. Take a look through his slides when you get a chance.
Aaron Patterson's Keynote is really worth watching, if not for the description of prepared statements in Rails 3.1, and how that can speed up your code. He finished up his talk with some Pro-Tips. In other words, inviting a bunch of people to dance with him on stage. Definitely worth watching!
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Apple Push Notifications, Asset Hat, Jekyll-S3, Rails 3 with OmniAuth and Mongoid, Rails 3 SSL, and the 1.0 release of state_machine on this episode of Ruby5.
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.
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