July 12, 2005
Integrating Wee components in Rails applications
Michael Neumann has released a new version of Wee, which allows for integration of its components with Rails applications. He wrote up a small tutorial on how to do it...
July 12, 2005
Convincing those CxO's to see beyond Struts
Matt Raible hopes to become a Ruby on Rails developer, but has doubts on how exactly he’s going to convince CxO’s to see beyond Struts. Matt recognizes that it’s not...
July 12, 2005
Comparing J2EE and Rails on developerWorks
Aaron Rustad, Technical Architect for Anassina, has written Ruby on Rails and J2EE: Is there room for both? for IBM’s developerWorks. It compares Rails with Struts and show the power...
July 12, 2005
EPSON chooses Rails for developer site
Jason Wong of ionami has announced that they’ve just launched epsondevelopers.com for EPSON on a Rails platform:ionami has been working with EPSON for over 3 years. While we created the...
July 12, 2005
Podcasting all over the Rails
Scott Barron has taken Ruby on Rails on the air. Listen to the Ruby on Rails Podcast:On the show we will delve deep into the warped psyches of the members...
July 11, 2005
Rails 0.13.1: Faster for all, eager limits, more Ajax
We’ve returned the default MySQL/Ruby bindings to their former glory, made sure development mode on big applications didn’t get penalized on resetting the object space, and cut WEBricks lust to...
July 11, 2005
Compiling the MySQL C-bindings under Tiger
OS X 10.4 Tiger ships with GCC 4.0, which not all software is ready to accept a compilation by. The MySQL C-bindings is such a piece of software, so before...
July 11, 2005
Mike Rundle redesigns the header
Mike Rundle didn’t like the header of this site and with the alternative he came up with, we don’t blame him. The new look is decidedly nicer than boring black-on-yellow....
July 9, 2005
Odeo launched to the public
Odeo is a portal for finding, syncing, and creating podcasts. It’s might neat and of course it’s mighty Rails. Congratulations to the team for finally making the jump into the...
July 9, 2005
Get your Rails swag and wear here!
Bill Katz has setup a Cafepress shop for Rails swag and wear that features our wavy railroad tracks on the back and a discrete Ruby on Rails wording on the...