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New Relic provides RPM which is a plugin for Rails that allows you to monitor and quickly diagnose problems with your Rails application in real time. Check them out at NewRelic.com.
If you need a wiki solution in your Rails application, you should check out the IRWI plugin from Alexey Noskov. Setting up a wiki couldn’t be easier. All you have to do is install the gem, run a generator, and map the wiki’s root url, and you have a fully functioning wiki section in your app.
WysiHat Rails Engine provides a solution to easily integrate the open source WysiHat rich text editor into Rails applications. The plugin, by 80beans, provides form helpers that insert an editor into your forms very easily.
Riot aims at being very fast and expressive framework. In their own benchmark, they claim to run twice as fast as Test Unit. It has an interesting syntax that minimizes the code in your tests, which is a good or bad thing depending on who you ask.
The Fukuoka Ruby Business Hub Promotion Committee is now accepting applications for the Fukuoka Ruby Award 2010. The top prize is 1,000,000 yen, with up to three second level prizes of 100,000 each. Eligible entries are projects that were made with Ruby in the last year.
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Refraction, Boson, and the Ruby Enterprise Edition 1.8.7-2009.10 release are discussed this episode. Along with a couple of new Rails plugins called Ancestry and Alchemist.
Inploy, Comet, and QUnit are covered in this Friday morning episode. Also, you'll learn about the RightJS Right Rails plugin, along with geomerelaal.
ModPorter and Devise are featured on this episode of Ruby5. We also talk a bit about The Compleat Rubyist and some interesting Ruby questions on StackOverflow.
Gem Bundler, Gemcutter Gem forking, and client side performance are covered in this Friday morning episode. Also, you'll get plenty of visuals and diagrams with the DevIL Image Library for Ruby, the yUML Command Line Gem, and RailRoad Graphs.
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