September 23, 2005
Another .NET developer goes for Rails
Garret Dimon has a great explanation for why .NET is no longer his preferred tool for web development and why Ruby on Rails is. On Best Practices, he writes:Rails takes...
September 23, 2005
Migrating to Rails: Half from PHP, one third from Java
The Burton Group survey of Rails origin has concluded and the results are in: Half the Railers that responded came from PHP, one third comes from Java. A third of...
September 22, 2005
Using CIA for continuous integration
Jonathan have written a tutorial for getting up and running with CIA. CIA is a continuous-integration server that I threw together really quickly to please my own needs for running...
September 22, 2005
Mount your domain model as a file system with RailsFS
_why has posted the mind bender of the week: RailsFS. With this nifty layer on top of FuseFS, you get to interact with your Active Record-driven domain model through the...
September 22, 2005
How did you get to Rails?
The Burton Group is in the final stages of their report to that elusive group of Fortune 500 CxOs and would like to top it off with some statistics on...
September 22, 2005
How to get SCGI running on your platform
Zed is trucking away on the Rails SCGI runner and its rapidly improving. The latest release 0.3.1 includes a bunch of documentation on how to get going on your platform....
September 22, 2005
Rails wiki resurrected with i2
The Rails wiki is back running on a brand-new engine called i2. It’s a fresh rewrite of Instiki with all the cruft cut out, most of the features, and of...
September 21, 2005
Ruby on Rails training at Big Nerd Ranch
The venerable Big Nerd Ranch have just announced that they’re offering an intensive 5-day course in Ruby on Rails. The man at the wheel is none other than Rails core...
September 21, 2005
Two recent reviews of Agile Web Development with Rails
If you’re still unsure as to whether buying Agile Web Development with Rails is a good idea, these two reviews might convince you. Glen Swinfield writes:After reading, probably 50% of...
September 21, 2005
Ruby 1.8.3 has been released
But hold your horses on installing it for a production Rails system. At least one compatibility issue has been spotted between Rails 0.13.1 and Ruby 1.8.3. Over the next days,...