December 3, 2007
- Learn more about Rails 2.0 through video
- Railscasts.com is running a special series on what’s new in Rails 2.0. They’ve been showing off how to simplify views, how to usethe new foxy fixtures, and how to use...
November 29, 2007
- Rails 2.0: Release Candidate 2
- After another batch of fixes, tweaks, and buckets of polish, we’ve prepared the hopefully last step before 2.0 can go final: Release Candidate 2. If nothing major pops up, expect...
November 24, 2007
- Ruby on Rails 1.2.6: Security and Maintenance Release
- The rails core team has released ruby on rails 1.2.6 to address a bug in the fix for session fixation attacks (CVE-2007-5380). The CVE Identifier for this new issue is...
November 20, 2007
- New ActiveRecord Book, and a Contest!
- To celebrate the launch of their book Pro Active Record: Databases with Ruby on Rails, Chad Pytel and Jon Yurek of thoughtbot kicked off a little contest: We want you...
November 9, 2007
- Rails 2.0: Release Candidate 1
- We’ve been taking our sweet time, but now it really is almost there. We’ve just pushed new beta gems to gems.rubyonrails.org and created the rel_2-0-0_RC1 tag. So this is shaping...
November 7, 2007
- Prototype 1.6.0 and script.aculo.us 1.8.0 released
October 30, 2007
- RailsConf '08: Call for participation
- RailsConf 2008 is set to return to Portland on May 29th through June 1st. It takes a lot of time and coordination to get a conference of that magnitude put...
October 29, 2007
- Paris on Rails: December 10th
- Paris on Rails is a French-speaking Rails conference that’s taking place in Paris on December 10th. They have a great program for the day with 10 speakers (yours truly included...
October 26, 2007
- Today is Leopard day!
- OS X 10.5 is shipping today under the Leopard moniker. Besides being a great upgrade to a wonderful operating system, it's also the first version of OS X that ships...
October 26, 2007
- Working With Rails Relaunched
- Working With Rails has been updated with fresh new colors and functionality. It looks great and we much appreciate the work they’ve been doing to track the Rails Hackfests.