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Fabrication got a major version bump with lots of new features!
There's a pervasive myth that Ruby is slow, and moreover, that it's the slowest language in popular use.
Wondering how to make rounded corners on an iOS view with RubyMotion? Brady Love shows us how with this blog post!
Learn all about dRuby with Masatoshi Seki's book, The dRuby Book. It has been recently updated and translated from Japanese to English!
The rubygems-tasks gem from Hal Brodigan gives some handy rake tasks that help you manage your gems.
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Ruby on Rails has Scheduled a Food Fight Motion. And, with the help of their Sidekiq, they'll Survey the damage made by Installing Utils on OS X. It's all on this episode of Ruby5.
A recap of a couple of fun 'you got your music in my ruby' tools, a few gem updates, and a few useful gems to add to your toolbox on this edition of Ruby5. We recorded before the announcement, but its worth noting that Rails 3.2.5 was released last night.
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.
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