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Rails 3.1.2 was released on Friday and Rails 3.1.3 was released on Monday, both patch level releases with bug and security fixes.
It's been 4 short years since Maglev was announced at Railsconf 2007, and it just hit 1.0. What's awesome about Maglev is that it's build on GemStone/S, a 64 bit SmallTalk VM which has a NoSQL database built in. Conrad Taylor has a great little walkthrough if you want a closer look at this new Ruby VM.
Bozhidar Batsov (sorry if we slaughtered your name) wrote up a great article comparing the use of RailsAdmin and ActiveAdmin, both Rails 3.1 compatible libraries for creating your admin interface. Both libraries have their good and bad parts.
Capistrano makes it easy to do deployment, the Capistrano multistage extension makes it easy to deploy to multiple environments, and if you have a complex app with multiple services you may want to look at CapHub by Andriy Yanko. CapHub helps you generate a framework where you can keep all your deployment configuration in one central location, instead of spread out across many different applications.
If you need to create a Rails app which allows for custom subdomains per user, Daniel Keyhoe wrote up a killer tutorial / example app which shows you how using Rails 3.1, Mongoid, and Devise.
Gazler wrote up a killer tutorial on how to setup OAuth2 as a provider or consumer in your Rails application. We use OAuth in Code School to do the authentication between the Code School main website and each of our courses (which are separate applications).
Today jQuery Air: Captains Log (aka jQuery Air 2) is available for purchase at CodeSchool.com. This new course picks up where the first one left off diving deeper into Events, Ajax, Effects, and Code Organization. If you want to brush up and prepare for our CoffeeScript course next month, this might be a great one to start with.
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:
The ending song for this podcast was from the jQuery Air: Captain's Log course on Code School
Deciding between stripe and activemerchant, early access beta of "Objects on Rails", sparkline graphs in your shell, pseudo-Siri server, cracking md5s, ChuckTestar, and recognition of our fallen colleagues.
We are the pirates, who don't do anything, we just talk about Code Brawl, Remotely, Text Adventures in Ruby, and Crafting Ruby Gems. So if you ask us if we do anything, we will just tell you, we don't do anything.
A security flow in the Ruby dev branch, bozocrack, cleaning up your routes with traceroute, newsletters with mactoub, a link to the Wincy City Rails videos, the Absurdity gem, Gon, Devise, and news on the Global day of Code Retreat on this Sherpa-led Ruby5 expedition.
In this episode we fail to conquer the most difficult name to pronounce EVER. All while discussing Bundler 1.1 (not out yet), Railsyard CMS, Cells, RSpec configuration, Likeable by Gowalla, and Email Validation.
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