Archives - 10 June 2012, Sunday

  • #48 Console Tricks (revised)

    railscasts.com 10 Jun '12, 4am

    #48 Console Tricks (revised) Jun 09, 2012 | 9 minutes | Tools Here you will learn how to get the most out of the Rails console. I will also demonstrate several utility gems and how to use them without adding them to the Gemfile. Subscribe to Watch Episode Tweet Show Notes 0 Comments S...

  • Savon hits v1.0.0

    rubyflow.com 10 Jun '12, 8pm

    Savon hits v1.0.0 Posted by rubiii on June 10, 2012 — 0 comments More stable SOAP for the Ruby community :) Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non registered users are currently deactivated, pending time to add a proper CAPTCHA to solve the escalating spam problem. Sorry!

  • E-commerce, Shopping Carts, STOP DOING IT WRONG!!!

    rubyflow.com 10 Jun '12, 3pm

    E-commerce, Shopping Carts, STOP DOING IT WRONG!!! Posted by drhenner on June 10, 2012 — 0 comments I create a new post on my e-commerce series. E-commerce Tips 1.2 (The Shopping Cart) go take a look. I've seen some really bad shopping carts in the past few years and I'm hoping people...

  • fluent-plugin-dynamodb

    rubygems.org 10 Jun '12, 10am

    Amazon DynamoDB output plugin for Fluent event collector

  • markdown 0.4 - Markdown Engine Wrapper Now Includes Command Line and Text Configuration

    rubyflow.com 10 Jun '12, 3pm

    markdown 0.4 - Markdown Engine Wrapper Now Includes Command Line and Text Configuration Posted by geraldbauer on June 10, 2012 — 0 comments The Markdown Engine Wrapper (markdown ) gem that lets you use your markdown library of choice now supports configuration using environement varia...

  • Class and Instance Methods in Ruby

    railstips.org 10 Jun '12, 5pm

    The other day I was explaining the difference between class and instance methods to a friend and I realized that I should probably write up a post. I figured since I’m on a plane headed back home, now was as good of time as ever. If you want a little history, you can read about the di...

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    1. Ruby: Class Methods blog.jayfields.com 17 Jun '12, 5am
  • #276 Testing Time & Web Requests

    railscasts.com 10 Jun '12, 2am

    It can be difficult to test code that deals with the current time or an external web request. Here I show you how to do both using the Timecop and FakeWeb gems.

  • rss-motor

    rubygems.org 10 Jun '12, 6pm

    rss-motor stats for 0.0.7 Overview 0.0.7 0.0.6 0.0.5 0.0.4 0.0.3 0.0.2 0.0.1 boost up your RSS related applications with the motor available: https://github.com/abhishekkr/rubygem_rss_motor/blob/master/README 295 total downloads 2 downloads today 7,631 / 11,935 current rank today

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    1. rss-motor rubygems.org 09 Jun '12, 10pm
  • blacksmith

    rubygems.org 10 Jun '12, 11pm

    Blacksmith uses FontForge to build fonts from SVG graphics

  • Osprey on the Hunt

    Clarkware › Osprey on the Hunt

    clarkware.com 10 Jun '12, 10pm

    Osprey on the Hunt June 10, 2012 Yellowstone National Park Comments: Flickr Read more posts in the blog archive » Copyright © 1999-2012 Clarkware Consulting, Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Black Bear Cub

    Clarkware › Black Bear Cub

    clarkware.com 10 Jun '12, 10pm

    Black Bear Cub June 10, 2012 Yellowstone National Park Comments: Flickr Read more posts in the blog archive » Copyright © 1999-2012 Clarkware Consulting, Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Foxed Lunch: Yellowstone National Park Comments: Flickr

    Clarkware › Foxed Lunch

    clarkware.com 10 Jun '12, 10pm

    Foxed Lunch June 10, 2012 Yellowstone National Park Comments: Flickr Read more posts in the blog archive » Copyright © 1999-2012 Clarkware Consulting, Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Action Mailer Basics

    guides.rubyonrails.org 10 Jun '12, 2am

    There are several ways to do this, some people create Rails Observers to fire off emails, others do it inside of the User Model. However, in Rails 3, mailers are really just another way to render a view. Instead of rendering a view and sending out the HTTP protocol, they are just send...

  • force_ssl (ActionController::ForceSSL::ClassMethods)

    apidock.com 10 Jun '12, 2pm

    Force the request to this particular controller or specified actions to be under HTTPS protocol. Note that this method will not be effective on development environment. Options only - The callback should be run only for this action <tt>except - The callback should be run for all actio...

  • jshint

    rubygems.org 10 Jun '12, 4pm

    jshint 0.1.0 This gem has been yanked, but it is still available for download for other gems that may have depended on it. For more information or if you need to remove it permanently, please click here . Download Documentation

  • Subdomains in rails. This was easier than I though it would be.

    #221 Subdomains in Rails 3

    railscasts.com 10 Jun '12, 10pm

    In a Rails 2 application we would have needed to use a plugin to do this, but in Rails 3 this is built in. The :subdomain option takes either a string or a regular expression and here we’ve used a regular expression that matches at least one character so any subdomain will match the r...

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    1. What's New in Edge Rails #24 afreshcup.com 11 Jun '12, 11am
  • Trivium: 10jun2012

    chneukirchen.org 10 Jun '12, 9pm

    The Perl 5.16.0 Epigraph , “I chose the penultimate stanza from W.H. Auden’s September 1, 1939.” There is no such thing as the State And no one exists alone; Hunger allows no choice To the citizen or the police; We must love one another or die. — W.H. Auden, SEPTEMBER 1, 1939* Full Di...

  • sextant

    rubygems.org 10 Jun '12, 4am

    Sextant is a Rails engine that quickly shows the routes available

  • barinek@pivotal boulder - Testing Ruby Services without Mocks

    pivotallabs.com 10 Jun '12, 2am

    There seems to be a tendency to stub or mock classes when writing integration tests for basic http services. I'm actually not a big fan of this approach. By definition, the integration test should truly integrate with another subsystem. In the case of a http service, the tests should ...

  • #324 Passing Data to JavaScript

    railscasts.com 10 Jun '12, 3am

    When JavaScript plays a large part in a Rails application it often becomes necessary to pass data from the app on the server to JavaScript to be used by the client. In this episode we’ll explore some techniques for doing just that. Below is a simple page from a simple Rails applicatio...

  • rbenv: A Simple, New Ruby Version Management Tool

    rbenv: A Simple, New Ruby Version Management Tool

    rubyinside.com 10 Jun '12, 3pm

    "at least recognizing that Wayne did his damnedest to solve this problem the best he could figure how, and thus word his critique a little more gently, he just goes straight for the attack." I see this sort of thing a lot. "Yeah, it is crap, but I worked hard on it! Give me a cookie" ...