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The team at Remarkable Labs is continuing their daily Rails for blog posts and have recently highlighted some new HTML5 form helpers. These include new date, week, and month selectors, as well as time, and even colors.
Heroku's Cedar Stack has supported Java applications for a while, but as of this week, the stack now supports running JRuby applications! They've got a blog post covering the announcement as well as all the setup that is necessary to get a JRuby app up and running.
We all know that it's a terrible idea to store credentials in a project repository. But, if you don't have any great ideas on how to avoid it then Taylor Mock and Daniel Kehoe have put together a post showing all the different, common approaches that people use to avoid the problem. Check it out and avoid letting your friends spam your Campfire account.
Peter Cooper has released a 24 minute video as part of the Ruby Reloaded course. In it, you'll learn about how Ruby stores things in memory and what goes on when you use those Symbols.
Pat Shaugnessy continued the dive into Ruby by exploring class variables and some of the Smalltalk roots of Ruby. It's amusing to see where some of the inspiration of Ruby came from and get some insights into another language.
Refactor it! Better Rails partial caching, the latest and greatest Heroku Postgres, the background on services, way better errors, jquery remember state, and your ticket to Belgium.
This week we talk about a slew of new things coming in Rails 4, link_to_action and better_errors.
NewRelic Security Path, the kerfuffle over refinements, recurring payments with paypal, Chordy, cool mysql queries, world_db, the 12 gems of Christmas and more in this RubyLoco powered Ruby5.
Observe the Encrypted Sweepers while tracking events and touring MRI as we countdown to Rails 4.
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