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Last week, Gabe da Silveira released lite_config, a small, environment-aware, YAML configuration manager for Rails applications. It provides conveniences like lazy loading your config/ YAML files, indifferent access to keys, automatic scoping to your currently-running Rails environment, and the ability to locally override these settings.
Thor is incredibly useful and gives you an easy way to create Ruby-based command line applications. Did you know that Thor has extensions available? And your Thor calls can be testable? Check out Ryan Sonnek's recent post for details.
Last week, Giovanni Intini posted an article on the Mikamai blog covering 6 tips for open source Rubygem development. The cover considerations you should make when creating your gems as well as service available to help you track and maintain them.
Sakchai Siripanyawuth wrote to us this week about a two part video on Rails deployment with Mina, part of a series called DevOps for Developers. Mina is a deployment manager, like Capistrano or Vlad, and works over SSH. Check out the videos for more info.
Vim Weekly is a new mailing list (old school, right? Like Vim!) that sends out just five new Vim tips per week. If you're already somewhat familiar with Vim and are looking to hone your skills, these bite size tips may be just what you need.
Command line fuzzy finding, workers in go, consolidating your docsites, interviewing front-end developers, tracking upcoming ruby conferences, and a long-awaited update to PhantomJS all in this episode of the Ruby5!
ActiveSupport Notifications, RailsBricks, DotEnv, Builder, Decorator, Chain of Responsibility, and null object patterns
We Brag about our Backend, shed some Light on Test Driven Rails, avoid the DBeater, pout over Ruby 1.9's end of life on this HAIKU edition of Ruby5.
Another Ruby5! Analyze your githubs with AccessList and hammerspace enumerable into submission using Sneakers.
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