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The Rubygems team continues to push out new releases, making their way down their refactor path. And, last week, Rubygems 1.8.7 was released, bringing around 300 new commits since 1.7 and about 24 new deprecations introduced in 1.8.
SimpleCov, by Christoph Olszowka, is a code coverage analysis tool for Ruby 1.9. It uses 1.9's built-in coverage library to gather statistics, and also supports using multiple frameworks and merging their results, custom formatters, and more.
Bogdan Gusiev wrote in to let us know about his recently released a new gem, called datagrid. Datagrid is a fairly robust way to build reporting into your ActiveRecord-based Rails application. It supports scoping, filtering, sorting, localization, and uses custom classes to keep it all organized.
Piotr Solnica recently wrote a blog post explaining how to write a well defined model API in a way that controller actions do not use ActiveRecord finders and, in fact, don’t interact with ActiveRecord at all. This keeps your ActiveRecord models thin, and focuses on splitting your business logic into more, separate, focused classes.
Corin Langosch recently updated his sequel_rails3 gem, adding migration support. Sequel is a fully-featured ORM that's been in development since 2007 and supports a bazillion configuration options and features.
Iain Hecker wrote up an extremely thorough article on how you can build your own Admin interface for your application. He covers everything, like adding the routes, controllers, general forms, pagination, responders, alert messages, authentication, and more, but also reminds you that using an off-the-shelf solution is often an as-good or better approach to meet your application needs.
This weekend saw a Rails 3.0.10.rc1 release. Once this version is fully released, it will be the current stable release on the 3.x line. There don't seem to be any huge changes, so a quick Gemfile update and rake test or spec should tell you whether or not it'll work for you.
Live from JRubyConf, Dave Bock and Jim Weirich interview a few community characters, and cover the weeks' ruby news with projects like Deployinator, Jsonify-rails, JS2Coffee, and more.
Speed up your development environment with active_reload, Cassandra video tutorial, validate avatar images, ruby apis for KISS metrics, consume apis with Logical Model, getting going on OS X Lion, and YAML backed databases.
O! Pack your bags, a Slim Rack, the Rails 3.1 Hackfest has ended with a new RC, and JENX! It's another episode of Ruby5.
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...
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