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Capybara now supports external drivers! This allows people to create their own plugin projects containing drivers to use with Capybara. The first such driver has already been created for env-js.
Faster Faker is a reimplementation of the faker library to improve performance. The API is the same, so swapping it out is a simple matter.
Ruby Summer of Code is a student/mentoring program inspired by the Google Summer of Code internships. The goal is to get more students involved with Ruby and Rails open source projects.
James Golick wrote a blog post about using service objects to encapsulate ancillary logic that doesn't make sense to reside in the model or an observer.
Artifice is a new library for stubbing out Net::HTTP. It allows you to easily build mock responses for external systems.
Padrino is a Sinatra library that lets you pick and choose features for routing, helpers, localization, and more.
Sinatra has matured to 1.0! The milestone release includes support for Tilt and an extension API.
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In this episode we cover the Ruby 1.9.2 release schedule, Sproutcore 1.0, scaling Ruby, Rack::Throttle , WebMock, and last but certainly not least, Blue Light Special.
You got your Maven repo in my Rubygems source! Plus the Visual Guide to NoSQL, sentient_user, Rit, Apple Push Notifications, hosting a CMS on Heroku, and more in this “Won’t you be my neighbor day” edition of Ruby5.
Happening, MacRuby and XCode, Spree, and On Cloud are covered on this episode of Ruby5. Also, we talk a bit about Good Touch, custom Shoulda macros, and remind you of the end of the call for proposals for RailsConf 2010.
Homesick, Try Redis, Ruby Quicktips, Ghost, SimpleGeo, and Vagrant all find a home in today's episode.
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