January 6, 2007
Capistrano 1.3.1
I’ve been remiss in announcing recent Capistrano releases, so I’m making up for lost time now. Capistrano 1.3.1 is now available!Capistrano, for those of you that are late to the...
January 5, 2007
DailyKos considers Ruby on Rails
Earlier this week, Hunter, uber technocrat at DailyKos.com started talking about how they will build the next version of DailyKos. The discussion has been going for a day or two...
January 5, 2007
Rails 1.2: Release Candidate 2
This is it. We’re a mere two shakes of a lamb’s tail from releasing the final version of Rails 1.2. But before we light the fireworks and pop the champagne,...
December 26, 2006
RailsBench available as gem
Stefan Kaes’ RailsBench benchmarking suite is now available as a gem. This makes it even easier to get started benchmarking your application and find bottlenecks. Yay for ease of installation....
December 19, 2006
Using custom mime types
So, you’ve started using Rails’ new mime type support with responds_to, but you were wondering how to add your own custom types? Luckily, Geoffrey Grosenbach (aka topfunky) is there to...
December 18, 2006
Rubyisms with a flavor of Active Support
Err the Blog has a great Rails-flavored version of the Ruby Inside Advent Calendar. Instead of just focusing on vanilla Ruby, Chris gives you the lowdown on all those lovely...
December 15, 2006
Ruby on Rails with Oracle FAQ
Oracle continues blow loving kisses at Rails. This time they’ve posted a new FAQ on how to get Rails and Oracle out on the first date. Initial installation and a...
December 14, 2006
A brief introduction to Active Resource
Rick Olson is getting jiggy with Active Resource these days and decided to spread the love with a brief introduction to the newest member of the Rails framework family. He...
December 3, 2006
Working with Rails? Tell the world
Working With Rails is an attempt to index all the developers around the world working with Rails. It offers a few ways to browse the index and while the authority...
December 3, 2006
Show your Rails application to the world
Happycodr is a new place for you to showcase your Ruby on Rails application. It features self-service submissions and you end up in the portfolio within 48 hours. It’s a...