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On Friday, Myron Marston wrote up an article describing a new RSpec expectation syntax that he’s recently added to the framework. This new, "expect(foo).to be_true" syntax will be available in the next big release, at version 2.11.
Michael Grosser recently released his rails2_asset_pipeline gem, which brings much of the Rails 3 asset pipeline feature set into a Rails 2 application. It doesn't (yet) do everything, but it takes you a good way there.
Last week, Matt Aimonetti put together an article entitled “Rethinking Web Service Development.” In it, he covers how he believes we should re-evaluate how we’re building applications in a service-oriented world. Basically: make sure you've got clear documentation, your responses are consistent, and that you're building everything in a maintainable way.
portalign is a new gem which aims to make your EC2 instances more secure by only opening server ports to your groups' IPs. This is easily achieved by providing you with a command line interface to automatically add your public IP to your instances' security groups and then remove them, as needed.
Seth Vargo released Stoplight last week, which he calls Greenscreen version 2.0. It's a CI dashboard which allows for any number of different CI providers to bring together their results into one, robust interface.
The Frozen Rails conference is taking place in Helsinki, Finland on September 20 and 21nd. Early bird tickets are still available for just €249 and the call for proposals is open until the end of June.
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