December 29, 2004
Securing your Rails: Keep it secret, keep it safe
Andreas Schwarz has long been one of the most vocal speakers for making sure Rails could be keep the data of its applications secret and safe. So what could be...
December 29, 2004
Collaboa and EliteJournal joins the Trac
Reading code written by veterans has always been one of the best ways to learn the way of the arts. And of course, so is it with Rails, which is...
December 29, 2004
Playing Active Records on MS SQLServer and DB2
The work originally started by Joey Gibson on the MS SQLServer adapter around RubyConf is now finally nearing completion. The adapters have been charged with adding the LIMIT-condition and that...
December 28, 2004
Extracting missing content from wiki backups
The Rails wiki has taken a few beatings, but now it’s running in high class with proper rollback protection, so we should now have a stable host to fill with...
December 28, 2004
Reacting to customer requests in real time
Collaboraid recently had a visit with their client on that major intranet project for the still concealed client. Here they learned just how much of a difference it makes to...
December 28, 2004
Open sourcing the Rails logo
While the core shape, expression, and approach of the new Rails logo has been decided, there’s still room for hunting devils in details. So if you feel that the current...
December 28, 2004
Rails: Technology of the Year #1
In 2004 Computing In Review, Justin Williams proclaims Ruby on Rails to be his Technology of the Year #1:“Without a doubt, the most fun I have had programming in the...
December 27, 2004
43 things makes The Seattle Times
The seven robots at the co-op just had their upcoming Rails application 43things featured in The Seattle Times. Perhaps the characterization of the application isn’t as spot on as could...
December 27, 2004
5.gets David Heinemeier Hansson
Yours truly have been through the warped universe known as why the lucky stiff and came out on the other side having answered five questions on the present and future...
December 27, 2004
Ruby on Rails has its web presence overhauled
Welcome to the bling-spanking new web presence for Ruby on Rails. We’ve gathered all the fledging properties under one design and bound them all in slickness. In the same breath,...