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New Relic is the all-in-one web performance analytics product. It lets you manage and monitor web application performance, from the browser down to the line of code. With Real User Monitoring, New Relic users can see browser response times by geographical location of the user, or by browser type.
Three months ago Gregory Brown started his (paid) weekly Practicing Ruby Journal , and recently he published three aricles his subscribers enjoyed the most. He has one on Enumerable & Enumerator, Learning things Step by Step, and Building Domain Specific APIs.
If you're using Resque for background jobs and need advanced functionality revolving around when jobs are retried, this is where resque-retry comes in, by Luke Antins. You'll get things like a redis backed retry count and limit, retry for only specific exceptions, a web tab for looking deeper into your retries, as well as delay and exponential back off support.
With responsive website layouts you might have different html on the screen based on the size of your browser, and this is going to effect your integration tests. Meike from blau labs shows how they configured RSpec/Selenium testing with firefox to run tests at different browsesr sizes.
Matz recently announced on the ruby-core mailing list that autoload will be deprecated in future versions of Ruby. Turns out it's not completely thread safe, and Matz plans on building in the same type of functionality to const_missing, so autoload like functionality can be built in.
If you need to mock a webservice outside of your web app, look no further then Moxy, by Dotan Nahum. Moxy is a programmable mock proxy that exposes web hooks so you can tell it what to do, and when to do it.
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Lots of Rails point releases (the more the better), Maglev 1.0, Rails Admins, CapHub, Rails 3.1 Subdomains, and OAuth2 are all discussed this Monday along with the release of jQuery Air 2: Captains Log.
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.
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