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NewRelic recently released dPerf – A Distributed Low Impact CPU Profiler for iOS.
dPerf is a small on-device profiling framework. Metrics collected by the profiler are pushed to a Node.js service with JSON over REST and are stored in a MongoDB collection.
The Node service then provides a view that renders the profile data with Google Charts. And here’s the best part: New Relic is releasing dPerf as an open source project!
You should be using NewRelic by now... and as always, your free account is waiting for you at newrelic.com
Font Awesome 3.2.0, with 58 new icons was released this week, and Ryan McGeary had update the font-awesome-rails asset gem in near-record time!
If you find yourself looking for an easy way to use a bunch of common icons in your web app, from thumbs up, to buttons, to stars, to popular service logos, you should check out font-awesome and the corresponding gem; its much quicker to download one font file that it would be dozens of icons!
StringInquirer is a great little utility for making string comparisons in Ruby look better, resulting in much more readable code.
Andrew Hooker has been breaking down and telling stories about some Rails internals; let this be your introduction to this wealth of information.
Chris Mar and Dave Bock are at RubyNation today and tomorrow. IF you're there, say hi!
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This episode was co-produced and edited by audio guru Jamison Rabbe.
RubyGems paranoia, unexpected chained scopes in Rails 4, Rubberband flamethrowers, Stripe with Rails, and efficient Git pairing.
Interact with GitHub through Octokit, choosing a European payment gateway, importing and exporting databases with DbSync, pluck values from your tables, using ember-auth with Rails 3 and Authlogic, and field-level access control with Protector all in this episode of Ruby5!
Wiselinks ... Code Smells ... Step by Step Rails ... Wrapping a C library in Ruby ... rack-showme ... ORUCO Streaming
RSpec's New Message Expectation Syntax ... Version Cake ... Login with Amazon ... Sass style guide ... Sass Namespaces ... "Naught" and nice
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