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Get your postgres hstore on with Surus from Rocketeer Jack Christensen. It works like a champ out of the box and comes with lots of handy scopes!
Rack Middleware that logs information about the browser used to make a request.
New versions of all the rails 3.x lines with an important security fix.
Automatically save screen shots when a Cucumber Capybara scenario fails.
Many developers are reporting segmentation faults after upgrading to the latest patch-level of Ruby.
Short and sweet article on evaluating the speed of your Ruby code.
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Netzke gets an update, Remarkable HTML5 form helpers, JRuby on Heroku, using Environment Variables, Ruby Symbols, and Smalltalk are all on this episode of Ruby5.
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.
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