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AT&T Interactive published a tech talk over on YouTube featuring Justin Collins who demonstrates Brakeman, his Rails security scanning library. He illustrates what it is, how it works, what it checks for, and even how to integrate it into the Jenkin CI server.
Richard Huang just released yet another gem, called code_analyzer. It's an extraction from the rails_best_practices gem which allows you to build your own Ruby source code analyzer.
Jacob Swanner released an application a while back which we use internally quite a bit, called RailsDiff. RailsDiff lets you provide a starting Rails version and a destination Rails version and it displays the differences in the generated "rails new" framework code. It's great for identifying when new configuration options were added or defaults were changed between Rails versions.
Last Thursday, Laurent Sansonetti and team updated RubyMotion to support iOS 6, the new iPhone 5 dimensions, and added a debugger. This was just one day after Apple's NDA was lifted on the new features. Great job!
Matt Green recently wrote up a great, in-depth tutorial on using RubyMotion with Nitron, CoreData, data bindings, outlets and a little bit of Xcode. Nitron is a set of components which make iOS development easier for common cases. If you're developing for iOS, then this may be useful.
Richard Schneeman wrote up an article entitled ‘raise “hell”: Better Programming Through Error Messages’ which is worth a read through if you’re passionate about improving the onramp for Rails. The focus is to identify places where providing better developer feedback could ease the on-boarding of new Rails developers.
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This week we're serving up Passbook, Tokaido UI Preview, Geofencing, oembed, linear regression, all with a side of version cake.
Time to upgrade your high voltage, simpleform 2.1, new features in postgres, 5 mistakes newbies make, foundationdb - the ACID NoSQL, mind your baseline, and an editorial on isolating code by thinking 'open source'.
In this episode we blow your mind with xiki, learn about Class.new & protected, deploy with Mina, scale with pragmatic concurrency, and finally learn about open source voter registration.
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