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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?
Do you have any pain associated with the recent RubyGem 1.8.0 update? This story sure was cathartic for me... this story and several of the next ones might help ease your upgrade pain
Yehuda to the rescue! With this excellent blog post about gem versioning and using bundler to properly isolate your projects dependencies, Yehuda describes why the recent RubyGem and Rake upgrade affected so many in ways they ight not have anticipated.
Hey... what if we rolled back RubyGems to a less painful time in our lives, forked it, and then decided to implement a longer-term release plan for drastic changes? Thats so crazy it just might work, and its the idea behind SlimGems. Its worth a look - after all, its the "threat of the fork" that keeps a project in line with the needs of the community...
If you were mired in any of the upgrade pain, you might suffer from some post-traumatic stress is someone were to tell you Rails 3.1 is almost upon us. Never fear, there is a great rails 3.1 installation howto that specifically mentions the upgrade touchpoints of RubyGems 1.8.5 and Rake 0.9.0
Refinery CMS just went 1.0, and has a 1.1 roadmap planned. Looking for a CMS, it should be on your shortlist to check out.
And Radiant CMS is just about 1.0 as well, with pre-release 2 published just a couple of days ago. You've probably seen Radiant and not even realized it - it hosts ruby-lang.org
Google Maps for Rails is a gem that makes your models geo-aware. You can take a collection and, using custome render helpers, plot them on a google map with custom pins, popups, and so on. Several screencasts demonstrate how amazingly cool this gem is.
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:
Updates to Rails 3.0.8.rc1 and rspec-rails 2.6.1, managing the pow server easily with the powder gem, better Github search with Hubscovery, AJAX CoffeeScript with CoffeeBeans, and opening your app's mail with MailCatcher.
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.
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