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Treat yourself with fast, zero-setup continuous integration. Import your projects and collaborators from GitHub in seconds, then focus on your work while Semaphore automatically checks every branch and push.
So imagine you had a shell console, but you could edit anything at any time. This is what xiki allows you to do. It’s using the command line in a way that you’ve never seen before, and allows you to build command line interfaces in a way you’ve never experienced. You gotta check out their quick screencast.
Steve Klabnik posted a quick, little article covering some Random Ruby Tricks. Specifically, class declaration and instantiation.
Protected Methods, as you know, can not be called from outside the given class. However when you call respond_to? on a protected method from outside the class you'll find different behavior on Ruby 1.9 vs Ruby 2.0. Aaron Patterson has the lowdown.
Recently find a Ruby deployment tool I hadn't seen before called Mina and created by Nadarei. It’s built on Rake, and unlike Capistrano, it actually executes all of your deployment commands in a single SSH connection on your machines.
Recently the democratic national committee created an open source Rails app for voter registration. It actually allows anyone to fill out a webform which will generate a voter registration form PDF for every state. It also has the guidelines for voter registration in every state.
If you think you need to care about concurrency in all of your Ruby code, Dotan J. Nahum wrote up a fantastic article on Friday which walks through his experiences building and deploying real concurrent projects with Ruby.
The Amazing Set ... Asset Pipeline and CoffeeScript ... Chainsaw Gem ... Random Ruby Tricks: Struct.new ... Bourbon Neat ... Bundler 1.2
Track your website's speed over time with HARs, upgrade your Capybaras, new and improved resque, cleaning up your old files with maid, a tour of Basecamp Next with DHH, and learn how to author JRuby gems all on this episode of Ruby5.
In today's episode we cover api_matchers, D'anthes, dj_mon, how not to fear the class, and the new Ruby Bits course from Code School.
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.
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