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New Relic is the all-in-one web performance analytics product. It lets you manage and monitor web application performance, from the browser down to the line of code. With Real User Monitoring, New Relic users can see browser response times by geographical location of the user, or by browser type.
Spree now supports Rails 3.2 only, the API has been rewritten to support accessing individual components, the Creditcard model has been refactored, and much more.
The t gem is a "a command-line power tool for Twitter". It's designed for Unix, so you can pipe and compose powerful commands from the simple ones.
Classical Rails controllers violate the Single Responsibility Principle. Jon Leighton of Rails core has released an alpha version of focused_controller to bring real OOP to Rails controllers
Slides from James Edward Gray II's talk at RailsConf 2012.
Put your fat models on a diet! Richard Schneeman gives some examples of using ActiveSupport::Concerns from the real-world.
It's a shootout! Come see who rides away and who lies dead in the dust with no one to mourn for them.
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This week the Pipeline still has its Dummies, Rails Behaviors push the unobtrusiveness, the post-RailsConf Issues hunt continues, Exhibits & Presenters help you to decorate, and the Signals pay attention to details. Meanwhile Rails 4 picks up pace, we talk to Santiago about Rails-API and all the secrets of RailsConf 2012 are revealed!
RailsConf 2012 wrapup, Squeel 1.0, learning to read source code, reusing code with modules, mruby, and an updated Rails Tutorial.
A whole squad of Ruby5 hosts reports from RailsConf 2012 in Austin. We discuss the DHH keynote, Rails on Roombas, the fact that Confreaks is now filming all talks, progressive enhancement on mobile, sharing your appreciation to community contributors and the Ruby Hero Awards ceremony.
The Authority Gem, Monitoring Federal Election money, redis_failover, getting rid of bundle exec, redis props, and more in this pre-railsconf ruby5.
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