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Humanizer is back with a 2.0 release this week, hot on the heels of 1.0. This release features DB/ORB independence, I18N and L10N of the question and answer set asked of potential humans, and a promise to be awesome.
Jim Gay writes this article about metaprogramming Radiant. Half dunk into Radiant internals / half metaprogramming tutorial, Jim shows an interesting solution to a problem he faced using class_eval.
The Phusion guys have released this Passenger 3 Technnology preview this week, and this article previews a new developer environment rool, Passenger Lite.
Sean Walberg provided this article on using JMeter to load test Rails applications. He ran into a sticky problem load testing form submits because of Rails' authenticity token. Sean walks us through getting around that problem with resorting to things like disabling Rails' built-in CSRF protection.
Clockwork is a better cron written in Ruby and embeddable in your applications, so you aren't reliant on particulars of machine configuration. It has a nice dsl too.
You got your GIS in my NoSQL! Pincaster is a nosql data store for geographic information. It supports map layers and queries based on a radius from a point or a bounding rectangle.
ERB isn't just for your HTML. You can use it to generate config files for unix 'little languages' like apache, monit, and munin, as well as .yml files for config details at deploy time. In this article Eric Lubow shows you how.
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Installing Rails 3 with RVM and updates to Adhearsion and Radiant on this episode of Ruby5. Also, we cover the Windows-edition of the Ruby Shootout, Humanizer, and embed.ly.
We cover async-rails, an event machine demo app; using factory_girl with Rails 3; Isolate, another gem dependency option; Zookeeper, a gem for distributed computing; Koala, a lightwieght Facebook API wrapper; and Fabio Akita's interviews from RailsConf 2010.
Passenger 3, Hudson, and RVM are covered on this episode of Ruby5. Also, we discuss a video by John Athayde and an interview with Tom Preston-Werner on webpulp.tv.
Netske, Sencha, PDFKit, Sprite, GStore, Whyday, and a couple of good blog reads featured on this episode of Ruby5 with your hosts David Bock and Kim MacCormack.
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