April 6, 2005
Typo gets prettier URLs, Ajax, AWS, cheap hosting
Tobias Lütke’s blogging engine Typo is storming ahead with good stuff lately. He recently implemented even-prettier URLs and Ajaxed the comments section. Now Patrick Lenz has brought the web service...
April 5, 2005
Rails rides to Finland
Jarkko Laine is spreading the good word of Rails all around Finland. He’s doing a guest lecturer about Rails at Tampere University of Technology and he just spotted a nice...
April 5, 2005
Using Gettext to translate your Rails application
Sacha Ebach shows you how to deal with multi-lingual applications in Using Gettext to translate your Rails application. It’s a complete guide talking about what tools you need, the structure...
April 5, 2005
Jon Udell discovers Ruby on Rails
Jon Udell discovers Ruby on Rails and shows special affection for Active Record in Separating code from its environment: I’ve only scratched the surface of Ruby, but when I recently...
April 4, 2005
Addressing "bogus statements" about Rails
Xavier Defrang has been following the heated arguments about Rails for some time and got fed up with a bunch of “…bogus statements (FUD?) and issues raised in the TSS...
April 4, 2005
Rails mentioned in Reuters story on open source
The rise of small outfits building big things on constrained budgets is the theme of a Reuters story carried by Yahoo! News. It includes a quote by Tim O’Reilly and...
April 4, 2005
Rails enters and Ruby reach goes up by 2-3x
Rob Harwood spotted this very interesting trend from Alexa describing the rise of Ruby reach as Rails enters the scene: Harwood interprets the correlation: Forget the hype over Rails —...
April 4, 2005
Justin Gehtland's article brings 3rd Slashdotting on Rails
Kudos to Justin Gehtland for landing Rails its 3rd Slashdotting with his level-headed article comparing Java/JSTL/Spring/Hibernate/MySQL stack application to the somewhat equivalent in Rails.
April 4, 2005
Justin Gehtland is back with numbers to back it up
Justin Gehtland is back with numbers to back up his original claim that “Rails is actually faster” for his application than the Java/Spring/Hibernate/JSTL stack powered version was. Through various benchmarks, he...
April 2, 2005
Exploring Ruby on Rails in a conversation
Ara Howard and Doug Fales has a great article on Linux Journal exploring Rails through a conversation. They talk about how thinks work building a small blog engine and touches...