You have disabled auto-rotation for stories. Re-enable?
If you're looking for a top Ruby job or for top Ruby talent, then you should check out Top Ruby Jobs. Top Ruby Jobs is a website dedicated to the best jobs available in the Ruby community.
If things go well, Ruby 2.0 will introduce keyword arguments which will make it much simpler to define defaults to a method's arguments.
A new version of the Workless gem, a plugin for Delayed::Job that lets you automatically scale workers on Heroku, was released last week and now allows multiple workers to be scaled at once.
James Coglan created Terminus, which he dubs a Capybara for real browsers. Unlike most Capybara drivers, Terminus aims to drive as many browsers as possible. This new 0.4 release supports IE 8 and Android’s browser, and provides some nice speed improvements as well.
Attachinary uses Cloudinary, a cloud-based image manipulation and management service. That means no local image manipulation software is required — bye bye ImageMagick. It's as un-intrusive as possible and like the easiest uploader to add to your app. Since it uses Cloudinary, you’ll need to grab a free account there in order to try it out.
The next major version Rails is of course not ready for prime time yet, but good documentation is already bubbling up about a few of its marquee features: strong parameters, the queue API, and various caching improvements. Don’t forget you can contribute to those release notes and to the updated Rails Guides through the excellent community-driven docrails project on GitHub.
Ruby5 is released Tuesday and Friday mornings. To stay informed about and active with this podcast, we encourage you to do one of the following:
This episode was co-produced and edited by audio guru Jamison Rabbe.
The Rails Rumble is on, SHA-3 is chosen, Heroku is moving out of Aspen, Rails 4 features in your Rails 3 app, caring about your code quality, and several other tidbits in this edition of Ruby5.
In this episode we discuss NoPassword, RVM 1.16, Letters.rb, Chili, CIBox, and speeding up your JSON.
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.
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