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There’s been some buzz lately about a password-free future, and thanks to Alex Smolen, an engineer at twitter, the future is now. Alex has released NoPassword, a rails engine that gives you authentication without passwords.
Late last week Michal Papis announced the release of RVM 1.16. One of the most exiting new features here is the addition of binary Ruby installs. This new version of RVM also now has improved security, a new rvm reinstall process, and improved zsh compatibility, amongst other small improvements.
Dave Jacobs recently released a tiny debugging library for Ruby called Letters. Letters has over 20 methods, usually just a single letter, that you can chain anywhere in a ruby app.
Need to test out prototypes in production without touching your main code base? Maybe just to a subset of your users? Then you might want to check out Chili, a Ruby Gem by Jens Balvig. Chili is built on top of Rails Engines and uses Deface to conditionally override your existing views, while leaving your original code untouched.
cibox.org has just launched into beta, offering in browser script running for Ruby, Node, and hey, even Python. Think jsFiddle for Ruby.
On Friday Sergey Nartimov wrote up a post on speeding up your JSON rendering in Rails… In the article he walks through an example showing how he brings the rendering time in his example from 6 seconds down to .6 seconds.
Validate associated active model objects, permit your web services, pitch your tent with tentd, improve your js even more with JSHint, powerful multi-tenant handling, turbolinks, and Rails Rumble registration in this episode of Ruby5!
We Raise Hell with RubyMotion, get the RailsDiff between Brakeman and code_analyzer, and syphon off some Nitron on this episode of Ruby5.
Yell 1.0.0 ... Complex Has Many Associations with ActiveRecord ... A fireside chat about optional parentheses ... LearnRubyAndRails.com ... From Lisp to Ruby ... StrongParameters
This week we're serving up Passbook, Tokaido UI Preview, Geofencing, oembed, linear regression, all with a side of version cake.
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