You have disabled auto-rotation for stories. Re-enable?
Envy Labs (the company Nate and I work for) is a Ruby on Rails consultancy in Orlando, Florida. We're an experienced team and we're on the look out for some new consulting work. Want to work with us, then get in touch.
Tomas D’Stefano recently released an collection of RSpec matchers built to help test your API end points, called api_matchers. It has matchers for either XML or JSON APIs, can tests the response types, content, codes, and more.
Alexander Simonov recently released Danthes, a Ruby gem for your Rails app which allows you to publish and subscribe to messages through Faye. Faye, in case you're not familiar, is a publish-subscribe message server for Node.js and Ruby.
Akshay Rawat recently released version 1.0 of dj_mon, a Rails engine that gives you an interface to manage Delayed Jobs either from your desktop browser or even a mobile device.
Nick Sutterer recently reminded us again that Fat Model, Skinny Controller, doesn’t necessarily mean all your logic are belong to ActiveRecord. Should your models contain any business logic?
Revolver is a gem by Michael Kohl which gives a Ruby implementation of a fixed-size, last in first out stack. It's basically an array that enforces that you can only push and pull from the top of the stack, and you’re limited on the number of items in it. When you push too much on, old items disappear.
Today Code School released a new course called RubyBits, which dives into the most powerful features of the Ruby language. It contains 6 videos and 44 in-browser coding challenges covering expressions, methods, classes, ActiveSupport, Modules, and Blocks.
Episode #300! Woohoo! Bootstrap 2.1, SASS 3.2, a chrome plugin for working with SASS, the git-process gem, a great story on dealing with a long-running rails project, tharting wifi restrictions on public networks, and an informative article on DCI and Ruby 2.0 refinements make this edition a keeper.
At the University of Reddit, we learn some Latinum, get Flashed by StackTracy, and avoid the Horde on this episode of Ruby5.
Goliath learns from Giant Robots to Delegate the Rails Survey by thinking out of the Rails Box
The real Rails 3.2.8 gets started with rails_apps_composer, we Lose and then Find how to do Ruby Bitwise operations, and then we light it all on fire on this episode of Ruby5.
Looking to learn about Ruby? Take a look at the Ruby Path on Code School
This podcast is produced and distributed by Code School. Copyright © 2016 Code School LLC