June 13, 2006
New from O'Reilly: RJS Templates for Rails
Cody Fauser has just announced the release of his PDF-only book RJS Templates for Rails.From almost the day we checked rjs into the repository, Cody was quickly singling himself out...
June 11, 2006
Rails System Back on Track
Hopefully you didn’t notice, but I’ve been very busy this weekend. I finally took the plunge and got all the Rails applications that run on this machine up to snuff....
June 11, 2006
Patience, Grasshopper
We all know that for some time this blog has needed some love. Well at last it can be told: There’s been a super-secret project underway for a while to...
June 7, 2006
What's New in Edge Rails
Ryan Daigle has recently started chronicling new features in Edge Rails. He’s doing a nice job of summarizing the new features, so if you don’t feel like keeping an eye...
June 7, 2006
Browse your Subversion Repositories
Bounty Source provides the Open Source community with free hosting and tools including a task manager, a CMS, and a Subversion Code Repository. They’ve been gracious enough to release the...
June 5, 2006
Shopify is open for business
We’re lagging the official announcement by a fair margin, but that won’t hold back our official word of congratulations for Jaded Pixel as they’ve launched Shopify. It’s instant-on stores that...
June 4, 2006
Register for Rails Day
Registration for Rails Day 2006 is now open.Over the last few days they’ve announced a lot more prizes, including five licenses to TextMate, a few iPods, a boat load of...
June 2, 2006
Collaborative Rails API Documentation
With Rails in a constant state of evolution, it’s important for its users to help each other stay in step with what’s current. To that end, Conor Hunt has created...
June 2, 2006
New Rails App: RightCart.com
Back in January I took the Pragmatic Rails Studio along with some guys named Dylan Stamat and Jonathan Siegel. Earlier this week they announced a brand new internet application: RightCart.com....
June 2, 2006
All about Rails Trac keywords
Keywords in the Rails Trac get used in two ways. The first is a standard tagging system, where users tag tickets with whatever keywords they think describe the topic of...