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Every web developer should know how to effectively apply the new properties and features that come in CSS3 and HTML5. So, cut through the theory and start coding directly in your browser while you learn the best way to start using these technologies, today.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this weekend's Rails 3.1 Hackfest. The result: A new release candidate! Rails RC5 has been released and includes 516 new commits from 76 unique authors since RC4. Great job!!
Last week, Slim — the simple, concise, and fast template language — released version 1.0. It reads very similar to HAML, but is far more performant, according to their own benchmarks.
Rack::Webconsole gives you a Rack middleware which injects an interactive console into your web application's front-end. It works with Rails 3, Padrino, and Sinatra, and can be a great way to give individuals access under the hood of your application without access to your servers.
When writing a command line utility, it's often useful to support multiple levels of configuration (system-level, user-level, and command-level). So, Guten Ye has released the O gem (that's the letter o). It gives you this functionality with minimal setup.
If you use the Jenkins continuous integration server and OS X, then you'd probably enjoy Jenx. It's a build monitor for Jenkins that sits in your status bar, integrates with Growl, and alerts you when the build fails.
Last week, Neeraj Singh released an article describing Ruby's pack and unpack methods. These are highly useful when you want to do low level bit and byte manipulation — for implementing protocols or maybe creating new binary file formats.
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This week the release of ClojureScript seemed to overshadow the release of OSX Tiger (at least on my twitterstream). How do you test your cron logic? Patching ruby for fun and profit, a fair and balanced view on Redis, and making your ruby processes run forever... all that and more on today's Ruby5...
Rays shine down on Ruby and Rack updates, we Hack the aws-sdk, and occasionally we even Encode some Links on this episode of Ruby5.
Ruby schedules announced, so lets Pinch, Stamp, Simply bring the Law to Google Spreadsheets. Don't forget to Record your Favorites. It's Ruby5.
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