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Whether you need to get the foundations of a good polished design that you can customize for a client, or you just want to make a side-project beautiful, RailsThemes.com is going to get you where you want to go… fast.
The new Objectify framework splits Rails controller functionality into Policies, Services, and Responders. This helps make code easier to test, and allows for reuse of these smaller chunks of functionality.
Student: I thought we used rake for manipulating the app? Master: Ummmm… we use both rake and rails I guess?
It was announced at this week's JRuby conference in Minneapolis that Thomas Enebo and Charles Nutter are moving to Red Hat to keep up the good work on JRuby and other projects.
Three more entries in the "things you didn't know you could do in Rails and Ruby" category from 37signals.
Dimension your Rails under a microscope, Open the struct2 for ActiveRecord reputation, and assign values to a figleaf.
Devise 2.1, running your uncommitted rspecs, feeling dirty with soap, grabbing data out of Google spreadsheets, and more in this edition of Ruby5
We look at easier schema-less hstore on Postgres, Ruby versions in your Gemfile, and Skype in your app. We learn how to DRY better, build a Gem from scratch, build a book without scratching yourself and how to binge on Code School for free.
Bootstrapping young JS framework released, poppin BubbleWrap, internationalizing with alchemy, mixins and refactoring, hanging out at Rpub, and a rack middleware for contact importing.
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