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Giles Bowkett wrote an article last week called "The Rails/Merb Merge in Retrospect" where he looks back at the result of merging the Merb framework into what would become Rails 3.0. Giles recognizes improvements, but he argues that despite all of the hard work put into making Rails more modular, most developers haven't embraced this modularity on their projects.
Orats is a Ruby gem by Nick Janetakis that stands for Opinionated Rails Application Templates. It's a wrapper around the rails command for creating new apps and it does a bunch of stuff for us like setting up redis, sidekiq, puma and a lot more. It can also setup authentication with Devise and a playbook for Ansible.
Jack Watson-Hamblin wrote a blog post on with pretty solid arguments on why RubyMotion will not die anytime soon. In short, he says that RubyMotion is not just a language, but a whole toolchain, with a command line tool that doesn't tie you to an editor, like Xcode. There's also the fact that it's a Ruby, so we still have access to all the existing gems out there. Lastly, he points out that life is going to go on for a while without any large portion of the App Store containing apps written in Swift.
Upcoming RubyMotion 3.0 will add support for Android. You will be able to build and run your apps in the Android emulator by running
rake emulator, or on a USB-connected Android device running
rake device. To prepare and sign builds for a Google Play submission, you run
rake release. All pretty similar to how it works with iOS and OS X.
This week Docker released version 1.0. This release signifies a level of quality, feature completeness, backward compatibility and API stability to meet enterprise IT standards.
RubyConf Portugal is happening on October 13th and 14th in Braga. This is the first RubyConf taking place in Portugal, and Braga is one of the oldest portuguese cities established in Roman times. Tickets are going fast, so make sure to grab yours at http://rubyconf.pt/ and use the special discount code RUBY5<3PT
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Rails and Sinatra learn to share, Code Climate make a case for Protocol Buffers, read up on HTTP API design, and dat science.
Understanding the magic of routes in Rails, a simple rest-client, using PostGIS with Google Maps, setting up SSL with the latest toys, an examination of Rails vs. Sinatra, and how to get your developers blogging all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Some new stuff(Rspec3 rc1, ActiveJob), some cool stuff(Devise-two-factor, Camcorder), and some educational stuff (Teaching kids of Pis, Weirich on Exceptions) in this RubyLoco-powered edition of Ruby5!
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