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Whether your goal is to find fix bugs fast, or proactively monitor your production application's performance, New Relic makes it super-easy. Install it today by going to NewRelic.com.
Google Web Fonts are Google-hosted fonts and css snippets for adding some pretty nice typefaces to your web pages. They host it all for you, just like the Ajax api.
Unicorn is a fast http server written specifically for hosting rack applications on unix-like operating systems. Is that your app? curious about what it does? This post from EngineYard tells all.
Suspenders, a "starter kit" of bundled rails app goodness is now a gem rather than a github download that would rival a maven build process. It also gives you some better test coverage of the whole pre-baked assembly.
Do you write rails apps that have to be internationalized? You should check out the contents of this github repo - it includes tons of yaml files that contain things like translated days of the week, months of the year, date, time, number, and currency formats, country names, and tons of other locale-specific data. And it gives it to you for dozens of locales.
attribute normalizer lets you define how you want your attributes normalized before written to the database. Want to make sure phone numbers don't have dashes? Want to make sure currencies are stored without special symbols? Want to define a block of code to normalize your attribute through? Its all here, easy peasy.
Reflexive is a neat code browser that runs beside your running application and lets your browse the code the app is running in all its runtime goodness. A lot of ruby applications use metaprogramming techniques to add behavior to your classes at runtime; with reflexive, you can see those modifications.
acts_as_conference, now in its third year, is taking place Oct 28-30 in sunny Orlando, Florida. The call for proposals just opened, so if you're looking to talk, now's your chance to submit.
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Several Ruby interpreters have been updated, TextMate gains some IntelliSense, and there's a lot to do in Baltimore on this episode of Ruby5. Not to mention that the May 2010 BugMash is officially in the books!
Sorry about the audio in this episode, we were trying out some new equipment. It is none the less packed full of appetizing Ruby and Rails knowledge served with a side of Hash(rocket).
RDropbox, resque_unit, and Asset Fingerprint are on this episode of Ruby5. Also, QActiveResource, Munin, and Inside Ruby on Rails make an appearance, as well.
Wynn Netherland joins Gregg live from Red Dirt Ruby Conference, where we get Analytical about doing test driven sysadmin with my Babushka, additing missing test helpers with Runningman, enjoying the extra speed with Cucumber 0.7, and doing the monster_mash while hacking voicemail, and editing a Tumblr theme with Thimblr.
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