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Last week, Josep Bach released Pelusa, which is a static analysis, lint-type tool for Ruby. It uses Rubinius to inspect the structure of your code and compares it to best practices, such as method size, demeter violations, conditional complexity, and more.
Jeremie Castagna has been working on a library called Kronk which can be very useful for API developers. With Kronk, you can read server responses in multiple formats (like JSON or XML) and compare both their structure and content. It'll give you early indications if your API is becoming out-of-sync between response formats.
Sergey Nartimov let us know about Enumerize, a library that twinslash recently released for creating enumerated attributes with i18n support for both ActiveRecord and Mongoid.
Capistrano-deploy is an abstraction of common deployment recipes that are made available for you to use, such as using bundler, working with Rails assets, RVM, and more. So, if you're using Capistrano, check it out.
Piotr Solnica and Dan Kubb are in the process of extracting a bit of DataMappers properties implementation into a stand alone library called Virtus. With it, you can set coerced attributes (properties) on plain old Ruby objects or other ORM-backed Ruby classes. It supports simple, local objects and even collections of other coercible data types.
Doorkeeper is a gem created by Applicake which makes it easy for you to turn your Rails application into an OAuth2 provider. This could be useful if you want other developers to build against your API to perform acts on behalf of your users (think Twitter or GitHub).
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We've been tuning some parameters on the ArildBot 2000 and it sounds almost human in this episode.
It's Valentine's Day and on this episode we Deliver Newman to the Lion, while the Little Guys go on a Anonymous donation Spree for Travis CI!
This episode we bootstrap your forms, stop unwanted browsers, give you a new mailview, deploy with a buildpack, introduce activeattr, and do some ruby trick shots.
Mechanize gets a Highscore while his Sidekiq fumbles trying to Manage his Bootstraps on this episode of Ruby5.
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