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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.
Netzke is a gem that uses Rails and EXT JS for rapid application development. In this story by Sergei Kozlov, he shows us how to use Netzke to build a fully featured task list manager in 7 minutes.
Jared Case of Relevance has published an awesome pdf generation library for Ruby that uses WebKit as the engine to render HTML + CSS3 to pdf files. If you've ever had to use a pdf library that made you feel like you were trying to tell someone how to draw things on graph paper over the phone, this library will seem like a dream come true.
At his RailsConf keynote, DHH showed a potential new feature in Rails 3.1 that the audience responded favoraby to - automatic generation of CSS sprites to reduce network requests. With this gem, you can get that ability today - AND it works with Sinatra (as well as merb for you holdouts).
GStore is a ruby gem for interacting with Google's Storage API. This promising young gem is usable today with GStore, and is under active development for some of the more 'advanced' features that the storage API is offering (when it comes out of private review).
In this blog post, Charles Nutter describes the hoops they had to jump through to instill JRuby with awesomeness, and the changes they'd like to see to make things work even better (some of which are already happening).
If you spend time as a rubyist, you really should give JRuby a spin - and with RVM it is easier than ever.
Dane Harrigan wrote this great tutorial illuminating some of the more powerful but lesser used corners of Rake.
On August 19, 2009, Why the Lucky Stiff withdrew from the online community. We in the Ruby community wish him well, but we really miss him.
This year, on August 19, celebrate Whyday. Set aside that day to remember Why's contributions to our community and culture by hacking just for the fun and joy of it.
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We cover a handful of libraries and services we learned about at RailsConf last week, as well as lacquer, rails.mx, the results of the 2010 Ruby Survey and more on this episode of Ruby5.
This episode was recorded live from the last day of Railsconf, where five of us sat down to discuss the most interesting talks.
This episode is recorded live from Railsconf in Baltimore, Maryland where I recorded some interviews with speakers.
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.
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