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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.
With Rails 4 you can easily make concurrent indexes in postgres.
Exceptional is delighted to announce its range of products has been acquired by Rackspace.
Vagrant no longer supports rubygems as an installation method. Find out why in this blog post!
There’s a pervasive myth that traditional web development is dead and that it’s all about mobile.
Allows developers to create fully realized applications and sell them to non developers.
Teacup provides a DSL for easy creation of user interfaces with RubyMotion.
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This week we have Rails 4 undead cowboys, security updates, custom IRBs, local pull requests, reasons to use Ruby, ways to optimize it and read its documentation, and a couple of great conferences.
Searching your gem code, customizing your IRB, dealing with flashes and sessions on a mixed-version load balanced rails upgrade, RTanque, 3.2.13 performance regressions, Chart.js, and other goodness on this edition of Ruby5
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
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