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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. How fast is your web app for your users?
Rails 3.0.8.rc1 was released on Wednesday. Test it out this weekend, and let the Rails Core team know if you find any boogs. Apparently someone already did find a boog. Look for an RC2 soon.
rspec-rails-2.6.1 was released on Wednesday. It's a bug fix release. Note that it's compatible with the most recent Rails releases, except 3.1.0.beta1.
The powder gem makes it super-easy to manage the pow zero-config Rack server.
Hubscovery is a tweakable, powerful repo search for Github.
MailCatcher lets you look at email sent out by your web apps. According to their post:
MailCatcher is a ruby mashup to catch mail sent via SMTP to a local port and serve it in your web browser for easy testing. It lets you check out the plain text and HTML versions of the email, as well as inspecting any attachments.
Ruby5 is released Tuesday and Friday mornings. To stay informed about and active with this podcast, we encourage you to do one of the following:
Gregg's goes solo this episode showcasing a bunch of interviews from Railsconf 2011 last week.
Live from Railsconf, we talk through some of the more memorable topics and moments of the conference.
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.
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