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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.
If you like many others found the node chat example a bit much to dive into initially, follow this handy github repo that breaks it down for you.
Process uploading files in real-time with this powerful new node library.
A friendly replacement to curl, written in node. Both great for learning and as a general tool, http-console.
Fear not faithful herokuians, node.js support on the heroku platform is currently in an invite-only alpha, but will soon go public!
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VCR, i18n_routing, and Google Analytics through OAuth are on this episode of Ruby5. We also talk about method_extensions, CodeRack and Ruby annotations.
An epic journey from Bmore on Rails Hospitality, the path to Rails 2.3.9?!, Moving from Rails 2 to Rails 3, and Migrating from unobtrusive Prototype to jQuery. We make a quick stop for Cider, discuss Open Source Policy and take a lap with therubyracer.
Three new versions of Ruby on Rails in just as many days! Also, Spira, running Vim in IRB, the Rails 3 router, and a new Ruby VM shootout on this episode of Ruby5.
Google Web Fonts, Faker.js, Unicorn, Suspenders, rails-i18n, attribute_normalizer, reflexive, and the acts_as_conference CFP in this Friday edition of Ruby5.
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