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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?
Brian Cardarella just released ValidAttribute 1.0; a minimalist matcher for validation BDD. Instead of having validation specific matchers ValidAttribute only cares if the attribute is valid under certain circumstances.
Lots of deeply mysterious things occur when your run the "rails server" command. Files are parsed, initializers are initialized, Racks are racked. The RailsGuide on the Rails Initialization Process has gotten some recent love.
The Capybara acceptance test framework went 1.0 on Tuesday. From its Github page: "Capybara aims to simplify the process of integration testing Rack applications, such as Rails, Sinatra or Merb. Capybara simulates how a real user would interact with a web application."
Automatic login links via email are useful, but are also especially important to get right. Steve Richert shows how to do it in a new blog post.
If you find yourself with some object generation needs, take another look at Fabrication. Paul Elliott's gem turned 1.0 this week. It's a great alternative to Factory Girl.
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If only someone could Manage these Candidates. You know, give 'em the ole' TorqueBox right in the Kazoo. Knock 'em off their Fixtures. Give 'em the Works! That's my Opinio, anyway. It's Ruby5.
Rails 3.0.8 final, using atk_icons with SASS, some new chronic, community driven Rails scaffolds with ScaffoldHub, autosuggest-rb, forman and the new Heroku Celadon Cedar stack.
Gregg goes solo again with some live interviews from Euruko, discusses Ruby news from this weekend, and tries his hardest to pronounce everyone's names correctly. Please don't make fun of him because he has no idea how to pronounce "Marcin Bunsch" correctly!
Upgrade Woes, Alternatives to RubyGems, CMS Releases, and great mapping tools featured in this episode of Ruby5, hosted by Dave Bock and Russ Olsen.
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