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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.
Valle gives your ActiveRecord model built-in length validations. Works for numeric fields as well as character fields.
Alex Matchneer has put up a great slide deck looking at the differences between AngularJS and Ember.js.
Ionic is a beautiful front-end framework for developing native mobile apps in HTML5.
Watson is an inline issue manager. Streamline your workflow by keeping annotations about todos, issues, or bugs where they belong: in your source code.
Using Rack middleware, you can reroute Rack::Test requests to fake remote services without spinning up servers.
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PostgreSQL lands on Amazon RDS, using chruby and ruby-install over RVM and rbenv, a free shopping cart Rails app, integrating Quickbooks with Rails 4, Mixpanel with Ruby, and Ruby Under a Microscope.
Keep track of your consoles with marco-polo, get a head start on sass with Bitters, smaller payloads with Rack::Deflater, Heroku open-sources its authentication, Heroku Postgres 2.0, and the MotionInMotion screencasts all in this episode of the Ruby5!j
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Rails 4.0.1, Keeping your yaml clean, Invoker, DevOps, Angular Rails, and Rumble Winners all on today's Ruby5!
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