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Beats is a software sequencer/drum machine written in Ruby and driven by a yaml file. Trust us, its cool... check out the website.
ruby-noise isn't quite packaged as a gem or anything - its just a few method definitions for composing wave generators and playing them with PortAudio.
In addition to the source repository, episode co-host David Bock published this gist last night that shows how to use it to compose complex audio waveforms with FM Synthesis, as well as demonstrate the mathematical relationship between notes in Western music.
Representable has been updated to 1.2. If you are using the built-in as_json or to_xml methods and want better control of the representation, you should check this out.
Another entry in the 'lets add the database schema to the model as comments' series of gems, this one has a neat feature - you can add comments describing the purpose of a field, and they will be preserved if you need to re-run the rake task that creates the annotation.
gives you a new link_to method named "detour_to", and a new redirect_to method called "back_or_redirect_to". Used to create alternate-dispatched page flows i your rails applications. Neat!
This is a 'glue' gem that integrates the Money gem with your ActiveRecord models. You can have dollar amounts associated with your models, and have them stored as different currencies. If you provide exchange rates, it'll even convert the values for you.
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We put our Claws on AWS, resuscitate Resque workers, make Little Classes out of Big Ones while Cedar goes GA, Dokuen gives you your own little Heroku and your Ruby Talks creepy to you.
The Objectify framework, use rake everywhere, big news from JRuby, some Rails console tips, Jasmine testing knowledge and finally, never get lost again thanks to Sextant.
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
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