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Ruby 1.9.3 release candidate 1 / preview 1 was released by the Ruby core team. There are still some known bugs in it, but it's time to get a few people trying it out in their projects and giving them feedback.
One of the killer new features in Rails 3.1 is the Asset Pipeline, but what if you want to use it outside of Rails? Eric Allam from Envy Labs discusses how this is possible, even from a Sinatra application.
Sprockets has hit 2.0, which doesn't have too much new, but should hopefully lead to a Rails 3.1 release very shortly. At least according to Nate. If it doesn't happen, blame him.
Factory Girl had a release back in July and it shipped with a new factory definition syntax. David Tuite wrote up a nice article comparing the old and the new syntax that's worth a look if you use Factory Girl as often as we do at Envy Labs.
Jeff Dutil recently created a Contact Us Rails 3 engine that, as you probably imagine, gives you a contact us form which sends an email. It's internationalized, tested, and serves as a great code sample.
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An administrative Snafu combined with travel to hurricane-tormented North Carolina combined to create the late publication of this podcast. Undeterred, we bring you the news of Steve's resignation, a few JRuby stories, a Guard howto, a new content management system, a few useful tools for dealing with ActiveRecord performance and reporting, and a great resource for Sass beginners and experts alike.
We celebrate episode #200 with a killer deal from Code School, while learning about asset_sync, Pakyow, writing Ruby Gems, Six, Scala, DevOpsCasts, and over-trusting Ruby devs.
Command line text snippets with boom, target dead code with laser, blogging with Octopress, getting closer to Rails 3.1 final, SCM gem, and more on this episode of Ruby5.
Roll out the Redcarpet: JRuby has met Jenkins! But, before we Cramp up, we'll Perform some HAML Rendering and more on this episode of Ruby5.
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