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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.
PartyFoul automatically opens GitHub issues for your app exceptions.
GitHub just released some big improvements to code search. Your code is live-indexed when you push to GitHub. You can search both public and private repos. There's an advanced search that lets you tweak and filter. Code results now have line numbers and syntax highlighting.
Curly is a template language that completely separates structure and logic. Instead of interspersing your HTML with snippets of Ruby, all logic is moved to a presenter class, with only simple placeholders in the HTML.
Richard Schneeman contributed a pull request to Rails recently that allows you to interact with your routes in development mode from your browser. Plus an animated GIF void of cats and tacos.
From Twitter, this gem is an easy way to make sure you've got all the right security setting in your HTTP headers.
RSpec itself (rspec-rails) uses example groups for the different types of tests for models, controllers, helpers and views. You can do the same for your own spec files.
Ruby updates, testing your security with metasploit, Her, a RubyMotion tutorial, how ActiveRecord saves, Ember + RailsAPI = awesome, Spree news, and git_statistics in this RubyLoco edition of Ruby5.
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.
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