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By now you’ve seen how awesome NewRelic is for your web apps, but if you develop for mobile phones, you’ve been missing out on those kinds of metrics.
Until now – NewRelic can peer inside your mobile apps and tell you whats going on... before angry customers do. Don’t wait until you start stacking up the 1-star reviews to find out whats going on inside your mobile app... know your apps performance in real time.
When it comes to monitoring your mobile app – visibility is a game changer. And as always, your free account is waiting for you at NewRellic.com
It took two and a half years, but backbone is now at a 1.0 release. If you haven't checked it out yet, you should... there will be at least one question about it on the exam.
How do you search through the source of your bundled gems? Jim Gay wrote an article about using The Silver Searcher to do just that.
Stephen Ball wrote this article on customizing your IRB. I particularly like his object.interesting_methods trick. That one's goin' into the act.
How do you take a 7 year old rails codebase, and upgrade it from v2.2 without any downtime? Well, if you can have a load balancer with several app instances, and roll out your upgraded app on just one of them, you can introduce it piecemeal...
Oh... except You can't run Rails versions side by side like that because of session incompatibilities.
This gem helps with that.
You kids today... When I was your age the whole Web was flat! And we liked it! Then came along all your animated gifs and spinners and 'under construction' signs... on and on in an endless progression resulting in reflections and bevels and throbbing jellybeans you all called "web 2.0".... BAH!
Flat is back. Check it out.
Do you have grand plans to take over the world? You can prototype your robot brain here, and battle them against other robot brains.
The premise is simple, and its fun! You subclass an abstract robot brain, and add behavior to a 'tick' method. You decide how to scan when and where to move, where to point your gun, and how much energy to fire with while your opponents do the same. Last robot standing wins.
If you ran like a lemming to upgrade to 3.2.13, you might have seen some problems... here's a recap.
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Validate password entropy with StrongPassword gem / easy browser tests with Page Object Pattern and SitePrism gem / RubyGems 2.0.3 released / Visualizing Memory Leaks / Tracking a Memory Leak blog post / Rails status bar via Glimpse gem
This week Carlos and Gregg talk about Inspecting Rails 4 with Ruby 2.0, SourceMaps, Yard-tomdoc, Signed ruby gems, CSSSplitter gem, Ruby for libwebp, and we give the last call for Ruby Heroes.
tpope churns out plugins for heroku and rbenv, Rails 4 pulls support for things you wish you never used, redacting your strings, and improving your use of ActiveRecord all in this epsode of Ruby5!
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