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In this blog post, Russ Jones shows a quick example of how Backbone views can listen for jquery-ujs custom events.
In this blog post, Alexey Vasiliev shows how to share mustache templates between server and client in your Rails 3 applications using the smt_rails gem.
Rails-footnotes is a gem that adds some great context and debugging information to the bottom of your rails-generated web pages. It shows all kinds of info from cookies, to environments, to partials used to render the page, to routes that created links on the page. It also links page components right into your editor.
Ruby MMO is a programming challenge in which players compete to gain the highest level in an MMO simulation.
Ruby-PL/SQL is a gem that provides a simple Ruby API for calling Oracle PL/SQL procedures. It can be used for accessing Oracle PL/SQL API procedures in legacy applications as well as creating PL/SQL unit tests using Ruby testing libraries.
In this blog article, Stephen Ball goes over how you can avoid using rvm gemsets in favor of using just bundler to isolate your Ruby applications’ environment.
Ruby5 is released Tuesday and Friday mornings. To stay informed about and active with this podcast, we encourage you to do one of the following:
Adhearsion 2.0 released ... Eric Hodel's rdoc-spellcheck 1.0 released ... Dr. Nic's App Scrolls ... Dan Croak's "Decorators vs. Other Patterns" blog post ... Pat Shaughnessy's "Why You Should Be Excited About Garbage Collection in Ruby 2.0" blog post ... DHH's "Testing like the TSA" blog post.
Parallelism in Ruby, learn Ruby with Rubeque, Torque 2.0 released, Rack Cache and Memcache on Heroku, beautiful Github pages, and Github spring cleaning.
A new Rails 3.2.3 with safer defaults for mass assignments, a catalog to make sense of Heroku's millions of add-ons, a fast Puma webserver to chase the Unicorns and their Rainbows!, an Engage! gem to do just that with your customers, bundle outdated to save you from the update dance, and Christopher Walken singing the praises of Ruby on Rails while we ditch it for LOLCODE, because it haz scale.
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