January 9, 2005
Rails on Lighttpd with FastCGI
Although Apache is the default choice of web server for Rails, it is by now means tied to it. Any web server that’s capable of doing a wee bit of...
January 8, 2005
Have a codefest and collect cash from RubyCentral
Chad Fowler just reminded the Ruby community that free money is up for grabs if you have a cool idea for a codefest. There’s a total of $1,500 in the...
January 7, 2005
S5 Presents competes with SoapBX
This is funny. With SoapBX barely out the gates, Lucas Carlson has already launched a competitor with S5 Presents that does themes and is open source. He even claims to...
January 7, 2005
3,000 people are doing 10,804 things...
43things.com has just been in the air for a week and already do they have 3,000 people are doing 10,804 things! That’s an incredible achievement in such a short period...
January 7, 2005
Jamis Buck is working on Basecamp
Along with the announcement of the latest major upgrade to Basecamp, I’ve unveiled who the mysterious programmer we’ve brought on at 37signals is. So I thought I’d also wish him...
January 6, 2005
Nicholas presents the Directors
Nicholas Seckar is busy working away on the Directors — the next-generation URL mapping scheme for Rails — yet still took the time to explain how its going to work....
January 6, 2005
Road Map: The rails leading to 1.0
Rails is already an incredibly capable environment, but we’re still not quite ready to slap on the 1.0 sticker according to my own standards for that label. So what’s missing?...
January 6, 2005
SoapBX: Presentations powered by S5, Textile, Rails
Pelle Braendgaard just launched and announced a new free Rails service entitled SoapBX that let’s you use a combination of Textile and S5 to forget about Powerpoint and Keynote:About the...
January 6, 2005
Tracks: A Getting Things Done implementation
Getting Things Done is all the rage these days as geeks scramble to inject some order into their messy work lives. So what better way to jump on board that...
January 6, 2005
Brian discovers the default logging goodness
Brian McCallister started working on a new Rails application and discovered the goodness that is the default logging setup:This is sort of what using Rails is mostly like. You stumble...