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Last Friday Rails 3.2 was released. It comes with a faster dev mode and routing engine, an easy way to explain slow queries from ActiveRelation, a Tagged Logger and a new ActiveRecord store for key/value pairs.
Michael Hartl's guide to building an entire Rails application from scratch has already been updated for the barely released Rails 3.2. The updates cover Sass and the Asset Pipeline, the new RSpec syntax, Capybara, Cucumber and how to create an authentication system with the has_secure_password method. For now only the first 5 chapters are available for free.
Alan Johnson has released a testing console for Rails to help you manage your tests and run them faster even if you're not too keen on running them automatically. It's only compatible with MiniTest.
sitemap_generator makes it easy to build out sitemaps with millions of links, it automatically compresses your sitemaps, and notifies search engines when they're updated. It also supports news, video, image, and geo sitemaps. This new version (3.0.0) is no longer dependent on Rails.
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Would-you-like-to-play-a-game? Global-thermo-tic-tac-toe? Yes! This week, the Minimax game AI algorithm, some Sinatra goodies and Factory Girl goes meta. We also talk about Hobson and a solid programming tip to boot.
This week we start out with the open source commenting app Juvia, Neo4J on Heroku, Lying tests, local Rails docs, Smelly Cucumbers, and finally it's time again for the Ruby Hero Awards.
Updated DataMapper roadmap, leveling up your TDD with tslime and turbux, serving up some haml, using RefineryCMS with Rails 3.1.3 and Heroku, and the Ronin release candidates
Diving under the covers of RSpec 2.8 with a quick look at Minitest, we KnockoutJS wearing our Pumas and run all the way to SpreeConf.
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