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Use Wicked to make your Rails controllers into step-by-step wizards.
The HTTP PATCH method is going to be the primary method for updates in Rails 4.0. Read the debate in the pull request.
Curious about how the various Ruby versions stack up? The Great Ruby Shootout has the specs on MRI, Rubinius, JRuby and more!
A gist that is a gem, available via bundler, how cool is that?
Take a shillelagh to your unix commands with the unix_utils gem from Seamus Abshere. It's a great library that abstracts away the pain of spawning common commands yourself.
Pat Shaughnessy shows us how to make your Ruby code GOTO hell. Seriously, start by using GOTO statements in Ruby and you end up building a couch out of dead kittens.
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In this episode we do the robo boogie all while discussing REE end of life, preparing your app for Rails 4 & Ruby 1.9, Ruby ORM Initialization slowness, Mutation, spell checking in View Tests, and the release of Rails Testing for Zombies.
Gem authoring, Humongous mongodb server tools, celluloid and reel, a hot new specjour, custom rails consoles, and a headless poltergeist in this episode of Ruby5!
See, what we have here is an Enumerization of the Virtus wherein Pelusa, the Deploy Doorkeeper, gets Kronk. It's on Ruby5... and pudding pops.
We've been tuning some parameters on the ArildBot 2000 and it sounds almost human in this episode.
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