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Mike Perham, of the memcached Dalli gem and the Sidekiq gem, just wrote an article entitled, “Five Common Rails Mistakes.” In it, he highlights five, common problems he finds when working with inherited Rails apps.
Jim Neath posted a git pre-commit hook over on his blog that will automatically precompile and commit any assets which have changed since your last commit. This keeps your precompiled assets in your repository for faster deployments.
Jakub Suder just wrote up a short article on how to extend the asset pipeline with your own, custom preprocessors. With them, you can dynamically manipulate any compiled assets, modifying their content or any other environment setting.
Peter Ohler recently released three, different gems which Erik Michaels-Ober let us know about. First, there’s Ox, an optimized XML parser. Next, there's Oj, an optimized JSON parser and serializer. And finally, Opee, a very new object-based parallel environment which explores minimum mutex usage.
This weekend, Jean-Philippe Boily released a new Rails, mountable blogging engine called Monologue. It basically adds blog features directly into your current Rails application without any significant external dependency craziness.
Confreaks has already published the keynote presentations from the 2012 RailsConf in Austin. Check out their site for the videos.
Spree Conf is being held August 22-23, 2012 in Dublin, Ireland. The first 50 tickets are being sold for half-price, at just €50.
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Spree 1.1.0 e-commerce platform released … the “t” gem is command-line power tool for Twitter … the Focused Controller gem brings real OOP to Rails controllers … “10 Things You Didn’t Know Rails Could Do” talk by James Edward Gray II … “Legacy Concerns in Rails” blog post by Richard Schneeman … “ruby HTTP client performance shootout redux” blog post by Jonathan Rochkind … RubyMotion lets you use Ruby on iOS
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.
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