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New Relic is the all-in-one web performance analytics product. It lets you manage and monitor web application performance, from the browser down to the line of code. With Real User Monitoring, New Relic users can see browser response times by geographical location of the user, or by browser type.
Have complex view table logic? Take the power back with table_cloth!
Brewster is open sourcing a bunch of gems they use to run their production systems and are holding a lunch party in NYC to announce them all!
Weasel-Diesel Sinatra app gem, allowing you to generate/update sinatra apps using the Weasel Diesel DSL.
Still haven't tried out zsh? Vladimir Penkin's blog post will show you why you should try it out now.
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This week we look at keyword arguments in Ruby 2.0, scaling multiple workers with Workless, testing all the browsers with Terminus, simple attachments with Attachinary, and we peek at the Rails 4 release notes.
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!
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