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Last week at RailsConf, we spoke with Ruby Hero Luis Lavena who is the lead developer on Ruby Installer for Windows. Ruby Installer has a new website and it's worth taking another look at if you haven't in a while.
Last week at RailsConf, the team at Thoughtbot took the opportunity to update all of their public gems to be Rails 3 compliant. This update includes paperclip, hoptoad, factory girl, clearance, suspenders, high voltage, and pacecar. And, at the same time, squirrel and mile marker support were both officially ended.
Last week, Adam from Mint Digital released Pyrite at RailsConf. Pyrite is a new browser testing DSL which aims to control Selenium by providing you with very simple, concise commands.
A few days ago, Russ Smith release lacquer, a drop-in library which provides more robust integration with Varnish from within Rails. It also ships with optional asynchronous job support - using Delayed Job or Resque - to automatically move the control of Varnish into the background of your application.
Jeffrey Chupp and Jeremy Weiskotten recently built a new web service aimed at supporting developers, called Tripwire. Tripwire integrates with Rails and remotely logs your form validation errors. With this information, you can find out where your users are having the most trouble and streamline your web application.
Last week, Brian Chamberlain and Mark Yoon introduced us to Surveyor. Surveyor is a library which allows you to quickly and easily create surveys and store all of the data directly within your Rails application. It supports question and answer, options, dependencies, and more.
The results of the 2010 Ruby Survey are now available. Not only can you see this year's results, but it also provides a comparison to the previous two year's data.
If you're a Spanish-speaking Rails developer in Mexico (or maybe know of a few), you may be interested to learn about rails.mx. It's a new community site built to share experiences and best practices with other developers to spread the love of Ruby and Rails.
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This episode was recorded live from the last day of Railsconf, where five of us sat down to discuss the most interesting talks.
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It's a node.js takeover on today's episode of Ruby5.! Whether you're new to the platform or an active user, you're almost sure to learn something new.
VCR, i18n_routing, and Google Analytics through OAuth are on this episode of Ruby5. We also talk about method_extensions, CodeRack and Ruby annotations.
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