July 29, 2006
Typo 4.0 released, with Rails App Installer
I’m only a week behind on the release of Typo 4. Typo is one of the oldest and most visible of Rails open source projects, so it’s always nice to...
July 26, 2006
Rails is 2 years old
It seemed to have slipped all of our minds, but yesterday, the 25th of July marks the 2 year anniversary of Rails’ release.Here’s David’s announcement email to the ruby-talk mailing...
July 21, 2006
Rails Conference slides coming soon
Jay Zimmerman just wrote to say that next Wednesday, July 26th, the presentation media for RailsConf 2006 will go on sale to the general public. So if you didn’t get...
July 20, 2006
Scott Raymond on Refactoring to REST
Gonzo Rails developer Scott Raymond has written an analysis of how he refactored IconBuffet.com using RESTful routes. It’s the most cogent and compelling description of the benefits of a CRUDdy/RESTful...
July 18, 2006
European RailsConf Talk Proposal Deadline Approaching
For the procrastinators out there, don’t forget that the talk proposal deadline for the European RailsConf is coming this Friday, July 21.If you missed RailsConf, this is your chance to...
July 16, 2006
MenuTree helps you find food fast
MenuTree is a new Rails application that seeks to make the search for new take-out places a more enjoyable experience. They just launched, so do help fill up the options...
July 12, 2006
New Enterprise Ruby Studio
Right on the heels of Martin Fowler writing up Enterprise Rails, the Pragmatic Studio has announced the addition of their latest studio, Enterprise Ruby, the first of which will be...
July 10, 2006
David Heinemeier Hansson's RailsConf 2006 keynote now online
David’s RailsConf 2006 keynote, Discovering a World of Resources on Rails, is now online.In this talk he announced the new ActiveResource project, for consuming REST web services and evangelized his...
July 7, 2006
RailsConf keynotes on video
If you missed RailsConf 2006, you’ll be glad to know that videos of the keynote presentations are being made available for online viewing and (coming soon) download. A collection of...
July 3, 2006
Pound makes lighty and Mongrel play nice
With the rocket rise of Mongrel, we’ve seen a growing number of folks jump ship from lighttpd to Apache 2.2 because of mod_proxy_balancer. It’s great to see that Mongrel is...