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New Relic is the all-in-one web performance analytics product. It lets you manage and monitor web application performance, from the browser down to the line of code. With Real User Monitoring, New Relic users can see browser response times by geographical location of the user, or by browser type.
Wondering how good (or bad) the code in your favorate open source project is? CodeClimate is going to enlighten us all!
The JSON Expressions gem puts a DSL around verifying JSON API responses.
Asset precompilation slowing you down? Check out this blog post on how to speed it up!
Have a ton of branches? Learn how to get them under control with this blog post.
Wondering how to make your website look great on retina displays? Thomas Fuchs has outlined the process!
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The State of the Ruby stack, neater Dotfiles, ActiveRelation merge, ways to learn RubyMotion, custom flash types, and Asynchronicity.
In today's episode, Ruby 1.8.7 gets a final bit of love, a text editor poll, stubbing your constants, performing sorcery on your images, the Twitter gem goes 3.0 and Protocolist.
We scope out our scopes with Periscope, Ruby Open Source Challenge calls on contributors to improve Active Admin, we clean up our seeds mess with Seedbank & Seed Fu, learn some Factory Girl tricks, and let everyone participate in our I18n efforts.
Learn about oauth, the Greener Ruby Test Challenge, an open source IRC gateway, better file attachments, R18n, and the new asynchronous ActionMailer.
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