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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.
If you're like most people, you weren't able to actually attend RubyConf this year. Lucky for you, the presentations just made their way to confeaks!
This gem lets you easily grab location info from the browser and access it through the session.
Setting up foreign key constraints is tricky business but very important for the integrity of production apps. This blog post by Derek Prior from Thoughtbot will walk you through getting started with them.
This blog post has some good tips for cleaning up your code.
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Ruby5 is released Tuesday and Friday mornings. To stay informed about and active with this podcast, we encourage you to do one of the following:
This episode was co-produced and edited by audio guru Jamison Rabbe.
In this episode we yap about Rails 4.2 RC1, Opal, Deployment, Interpol, Sportdb, Service Objects, and Emails.
This episode covers the future of Ruby 3.0, the flip flop operator, a gem to ferry your data away, speeding up your Capybara specs, and a new place to find Ruby meet up resources.
RubyConf 2014 wrap-up, accelerating your Rails app, RubyGems.org gets redesigned, Heroku wants you to try HTTP Git, and new versions of Rails were released
This episode covers Ruby 2.1.5, the templating libraries Scribble and Curly, a statically-typed Ruby called Rubysierung and Minitest-Reporters.
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