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Working on an application that uses SSL? You should probably test it in your development environment before you run into a gotcha in production. And, Clemens Kofler just recently posted how to do it with thin on his Railway blog.
Earlier this month Jeff Atwood announced Discourse, a new open source discussion platform which aims to be the next step in online discussion. It uses Ember and Rails and is both a useful tool if you're in the market for it, or a great resource to see how to use these two together.
Last week, Caike Souza put up another entry in the Rails 4 blog series on the Envy Labs blog. This time, it focused on the new Routing Concerns feature which lets you DRY up your routes.rb file.
Stripe recently released MoSQL, a SQL streaming translator which can be used to import an existing MongoDB database into Postgres and keep that Postgres database up to date.
Benedikt Deicke put together a post on some features of Capistrano that you may not yet know over on his blog. In it, he covers using fetch for grabbing possible-undefined variables, reading passwords at deployment time from standard in, executing commands locally on your own machine, and streaming commands from the remotes.
John Croisant put a post over on the Atomic Spin blog which gives a great overview of FFI describing what it is, when to use it, and equally important: when not to use it. He’s got Ruby code examples showing how to use it.
Haml 4.0, why Thunderbolt doesn't use Rails templates, easier Heroku deployments with Paratrooper, shell script testing, yaml exploits, auditing your bundle, and behind the scenes on the RobyMotion Basecamp app all in this episode of Ruby5!
Gregg & Aimee kick off this week with Rails security issues, intro to State Machine, stabby lambda, heat maps, sucker punch, immutable tree structures, and finally we announce the Ruby Hero Awards.
You got your Python in my Ruby! RMagick news, linotype, a U.S. State font, mail_room, Code Triage, Party Foul, and the voice stylings of your #rubyloco compatriots on this edition of Ruby5
This episode is all about keeping your valuable gems under lock and key: gem signing, gem stockpiling, gem exploits! Also (and less thematic, but not less important) we have Homebrew testing, receiving e-mail with your app, and rails style guides.
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