December 13, 2005
Rails 1.0: Party like it's one oh oh!
15 months after the first public release, Rails has arrived at the big 1.0. What a journey! We’ve gone through thousands of revisions, tickets, and patches from hundreds of contributors...
December 10, 2005
Rails Studio: Dave Thomas and Mike Clark hits Denver
The first Rails Studio was a sell-out, run-away success, so naturally Dave Thomas and Mike Clark are up for it again. This time they’re hitting Denver, Colorado from January 19th...
December 8, 2005
Dan Benjamin interviewed by the Rails Podcast
Dan Benjamin is the developer behind A List Apart. Geoffrey Grosenbach caught up with him for a chat about building high-traffic sites on Rails and launching ALA. Listen to the...
December 8, 2005
Ruby, Rails, lighttpd, and MySQL from scratch on Tiger
Dan Benjamin has put together a short and sweet introduction for getting the combination of Ruby, Rails, lighttpd, and MySQL running on OS X Tiger.
December 8, 2005
Amrita2: Another choice for templates in Rails
Amrita2 is a template engine that separates template logic and content. It’s a very different style than the standard ERb approach of Rails, but if squeaky clean HTML templates tickle...
December 8, 2005
Letting go of scaffolding
Amy Hoy teaches you have to let go of scaffolding and move further down the rabbit hole. See links up a few good starter points to help you on your...
December 8, 2005
Rails RC5 (0.14.4): Next stop one-oh (really, this time!)
It’s been a month since we promised that RC4 would be the final countdown. And counting down we have. We’ve fixed a ton of major, minor, and aesthetic issues and...
December 8, 2005
SwitchTower problems on OSX
This has been coming up often enough that it deserves to be posted somewhere visible. If you are trying to use SwitchTower with the stock version of Ruby that ships...
December 7, 2005
Interview with the CD babies: Derek and Jeremy
Robby Russell has interviewed Derek Sivers and Jeremy Kemper about the Rails rewrite of for O’Reilly. A choice bit from Derek:I was already studying Martin Fowler’s books like a...
November 29, 2005
Interview with Chad Fowler
The Ruby on Rails Podcast has yet another interview, this time with the great Chad Fowler, author of My Job Went To India.Chad’s in charge of organizing this year’s RailsConf,...