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Every time we look at the NewRelic blog they seem to be announcing new features. You can now monitor your applications from multiple regions within the U.S. so you can get even more information on your apps performance for your users. Thats right, availability monitoring now has multi-region uptime awareness! Get it today by going to http://NewRelic.com
This version of ruby 1.9.3 fixes the segfault issues discussed on episode #333.
Using metasploit, you can test to see if your application is still vulnerable to CVE-2013-0156, the yaml injection / arbitrary code execution vulnerability recently patched in rails.
Her is an ORM (Object Relational Mapper) that maps REST resources to Ruby objects. It is designed to build applications that are powered by a RESTful API instead of a database.
Mario Chevez posted a long tutorial showing you how to build a Ruby Motion app for managing a conference. He shows you how to build an app using the command line tools like bundle and rake.
Rails does a lot for you on the save() call and Neeraj Singh dissected the lifecycle of the call and wrote a blog post about it.
This three part tutorial by Brian Cardarella show how to use ember and the railsAPI gem to build an application.
Spree 1.3.1 is a free, open source ecommerce platform written in Rails. The new version has a redesigned admin interface, an updated API, and improved international currency handling.
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The one in which we learn how to write a JSON parser in Ruby, process jobs in tests, get our apps ready for Rails 4, ignore files globally (as well as secret_token.rb), take a look at Ruby 2.0, and get our hands on the redis-sentinel gem.
Rails security is getting better all the time, CanBe better than STI, super fast Ruby execution with RubyFlux, no more yaml, dismissible info messages, and better presenters with resubject all in this episode of Ruby5.
Back into the swing of things we discuss Ruby 2.0.0-rc1, dismissible helpers, the engine yard awards, speeding up travis build time, binstubs, hacker term, rails panel, and the sd ruby podcast.
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