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We've posted several screencasts covering much of the content from the Envy Labs Rails 3 tutorials on RubyOnRails.org. If you'd like a quick intro on Rails 3 or are curious about what's changed, you should check them out.
At OSCON, we ran into Brian Ford of Rubinius who is doing two presentations at the conference. We got a quick interview with him talking about the current state of Rubinius, as well as a couple of languages built on Rubinius, called Poison and Pegarus.
We also bumped into Charles Nutter - of Engine Yard and JRuby fame - at OSCON who gave us a short interview talking about JRuby and Mirah. Mirah was formerly known as Duby, and is basically a Ruby-inspired, statically-typed, platform-agnostic language that compiles down to byte code.
This Sunday, Redmine 1.0.0 was released. This release is still considered a release candidate but has already undergone weeks of stability testing. There are dozens of new features and bug fixes and is certainly worth a look if you need a self-hosted, open source issue tracker.
Yesterday, Ilya Grigorik released a new Rack middleware which takes advantage of Google Chrome’s Speed Tracer, called Rack::SpeedTracer. With it, you can not only collect client-side statistics for your sites, but also receive the server side request metrics (including render times, SQL times, and more) directly in your browser. So, stop tabbing back and forth between Firebug and the development log and check it out.
dunce-cap, Inploy, redcar, activelog, bullet, railroad, information on testing rails helpers, dnsmasq, and a dnssimple ruby wrapper on this edition of Ruby5
LiveReload, ticketmaster, mobile_fu, jMapping, and Carl Lerche on the drums. This episode of Ruby5 is packed full of useful libraries you might want to start using today. Stop and listen!
Subdomains Railscast; Moneta; Rails 3, Resque, and Devise; Akephalos; FakeApp; Foreign Key Constraints; London Ruby User Group Podcasts
Ruby 1.9.2 RC1, Refinery CMS, and Rails Magazine are on this episode of Ruby5. Also, a Garbage Collection talk with Joe Damato and SimpleForm made the cut.
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