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New Relic provides RPM which is a plugin for Rails that allows you to monitor and quickly diagnose problems with your Rails application in real time. Check them out at NewRelic.com.
Decent Exposure is an encapsulation of an emerging best practice for Rails controllers. Clean up your code by 'programming to an interface' using this simple declarative pattern.
Magnus Holm takes the edge off of this dense subject matter for us in his latest post on the Ruby Best Practices blog.
A look at some of the back and forth around Twitter's release of Querelous and the patterns that went into it's making. Don't worry kids, no Java developers were hurt in the making of this story.
Is that fussy designer in your life bringing you down with his pie-in-the sky dreams for what the forms in your web app should look like? Uniform masks standard form controls with custom themed controls so they can finally make a drop down box with a paisley background.
At some point in every Rails developers life, they'll have to build contact importing into a paradigm-shifting social-networking application for niche industry X. When it happens to you, reach for contacts to ease the pain and give you a universal interface for accessing the myriad of backends, from Yahoo to GMail to Plaxo and more.
Last week, the Rails 3 beta was released. In this episode, we talk a bit about some of the new features, executables, and support libraries you can expect to find in the new release.
The Caliper and Gemcutter integration, Crisis Camp Haiti, and MacRuby 0.5 are all discussed in this episode of Ruby5. Also, Bundler (Rails 3 beta!), the end of IE6 for Google, JQTouch, and HTML5 examples also made the cut. Also, you'll meet two new hosts, David Bock and Kim MacCormack.
Rails_upgrade, smart_cookie_store, and Rack::ForceIE7 are covered in this episode of Ruby5. We also touch on the Jemini screencasts, delayed paperclip, Ruby gems for VirtualBox, and Capybara.
Classifier, ActionMailer in Rails 3, and ActsAsSolrReloaded are covered in this Friday episode. Also, we go over Dirty Associations and RVM. And finally, Nick and Jim say farewell to Ruby5.
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