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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.
The casting gem provides a different approach to delegating methods to other objects. For instance, you can easily implement your own decorators without weirding up your form_for's.
Autoprefixer automatically adds browser prefixes when appropriate to your classes. Write your sass, scss, or less like you normally do and it will magically alter the output to have the missing stuff.
Easily declare public and private getters and setters with the ivar_encapsulation gem.
Setting up a Ruby on Rails development environment on Mavericks.
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This week: new Rails releases, upgrading to Rails 4 open-sourced, migrant attributes, a look at evolution of the distributed Travis architecture, and how GitHub models their app's user sessions.
RubinusX, details on a rewrite of ActiveModel::Serializers, using docker to parallelize your tests, cleaning up your use of Rails.env, and several other fun tidbits on this episode of Ruby5
Ruby refactorings, generate PDFs with Shrimp, speed up your Travis, infographic on the Ruby Stack and secure your Cookies.
Today only! Some feature testing tips, a tour through all things random with Ruby, Capistrano and Wicked get some updates, reactive_record, and your fairy godmother Ruby pays a visit to tell you all about Heroku support for Websockets.
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