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José Valim writes on PlataformaTec’s blog about using their Devise authentication gem in a minimalistic way. Quoting the post:
… allowing someone to build their own controllers and views around Devise instead of using Devise built-in controllers and views.
Heroku and Facebook have teamed up to make it extra crazy easy to make Facebook apps.
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From the github page of Diógenes Falcão:
A simple Rails 3 recommendations engine. Coletivo uses Euclidean Distance or Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient to calculate the similarity between persons and their preferences.
Gregory Brown has put up a very good blog post covering the five SOLID object oriented design principles
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:
Starting with the International Ruby Standard, we talk about lightning fast zero downtime deployments with maintenance, web workings with Ruby, a video encoding stack, a Cucumber rant, and finish up with unobtrusive Giant Robots (which aren't really that unobtrusive).
Coding Style, iOS Frameworks directory, decorating your models with Draper, mastery of and and or, leaning ruby the hard way, and a new authentication framework called letmein in this episode of the Ruby5.
Get your DataMapper fix with a Global Day of Coderetreat, find a Puffer or a Hippo, get a Direct RailsInstaller, or learn the Secret to Rails on this episode of Ruby5.
Ryan Bates has been busy, Letter_Opener, Resque Mail Queue, Rails-footnotes, capistrano-colors, capistrano-exts, cumbustion, and rolling your own gem server on this Sherpa-led Ruby5 expedition.
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