rubyflow.com Archives - 12 March 2014, Wednesday

  • multi-timeout: kill a process and kill -9 if that does not work

    rubyflow.com 12 Mar '14, 7pm

    multi-timeout: kill a process and kill -9 if that does not work Posted by grosser on March 12, 2014 — 0 comments We are using this for our crons since the unix timeout command does not support different kill signals gem i multi_timeout multi-timeout -INT 5m -KILL 6m rake foo:bar Multi...

  • Stuff I deferred to get my first Rails + Angular app out the door

    rubyflow.com 12 Mar '14, 1pm

    Stuff I deferred to get my first Rails + Angular app out the door Posted by tcopeland on March 12, 2014 — 0 comments Since it's my first Angular / Rails app there's not much here for experts, but if you are considering doing one here are some things you might be able to put off until ...

  • Stunned by Sexism

    rubyflow.com 12 Mar '14, 5am

    Posted by wbailey on March 12, 2014 — 0 comments I am a ruby engineer at heart. Those who know me usually see my posts about the ruby tools I have built on here. However today I am sharing a story about sexism that I think everyone should read. Let this be a reminder that as a Ruby co...

  • Reflecting on RubyMotion Experiences – Part 2 :

    rubyflow.com 11 Mar '14, 7am

    Reflecting on RubyMotion Experiences – Part 2 Posted by xfitzyx on March 11, 2014 — 0 comments Next post in our Reflecting on RubyMotion Experiences series. Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non registered users are currently deactivated, pending time to add a proper C...

  • Caching In Cells: API Change In 3.10.

    rubyflow.com 10 Mar '14, 9am

    Caching In Cells: API Change In 3.10. Posted by apotonick on March 10, 2014 — 0 comments Cells is a popular view component gem for Rails. The latest 3.10 release changes the API slightly - read the blog post for a discussion on cell caching and the changes. Comments “ ” Post a Comment...

  • New Starter Apps from Rails Composer

    rubyflow.com 10 Mar '14, 1am

    New Starter Apps from Rails Composer Posted by DanielKehoe on March 10, 2014 — 0 comments You can use Rails Composer, "the Rails generator on steroids," to create any of the Rails 4.1 starter apps from the RailsApps project , including a new application that combines Devise and Pundit...

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    1. rails rubygems.org 11 Mar '14, 5pm
  • 5 Advanced RubyMotionQuery Tips

    rubyflow.com 10 Mar '14, 12am

    5 Advanced RubyMotionQuery Tips Posted by FluffyJack on March 10, 2014 — 0 comments There is more to Todd Werth's RubyMotionQuery (RMQ) than you might realise, it's filled with amazing tools to help you clean up your code and possibly do things you didn't know were possible. In this e...

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    1. #111 Advanced Search Form railscasts.com 09 Mar '14, 1pm
  • RubyMotion the "Rails" Way Proposal

    rubyflow.com 07 Mar '14, 11am

    This is a current proposal that I’d like your feedback on for how we can clean up how we write RubyMotion applications. It’s purely conceptual at the moment, and there would have to be some framework development to make this work the way described here. Please submit your feedback, as...

  • Smarter Rails Seeding with Sprig

    rubyflow.com 06 Mar '14, 3pm

    Smarter Rails Seeding with Sprig Posted by dce on March 06, 2014 — 0 comments Announcing Sprig , a new gem for better seed data management in your Rails apps. Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non registered users are currently deactivated, pending time to add a proper...

  • BigBroda, bring some Bigquery to your ActiveRecord

    rubyflow.com 06 Mar '14, 1pm

    BigBroda, bring some Bigquery to your ActiveRecord Posted by michelson on March 06, 2014 — 0 comments I just launched BigBroda : an ActiveRecord adapter with rails integration for Google Bigquery. Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non registered users are currently dea...

  • Shortcode gem now has presenters

    rubyflow.com 05 Mar '14, 10pm

    Shortcode gem now has presenters Posted by jamied on March 05, 2014 — 0 comments The shortcode gem for parsing wordpress style shortcodes in ruby content management systems now has presenters for more powerful control over what is rendered by the templates. Check it out. Comments “ ” ...

  • Avoid `self.included(by) by.extend ClassMethods`, use inherit!

    rubyflow.com 05 Mar '14, 8pm

    Avoid `self.included(by) by.extend ClassMethods`, use inherit! Posted by apeiros on March 05, 2014 — 0 comments I very much dislike the all too common pattern module Foo def self.included(by) by.extend ClassMethods end end That's why I created the inherit gem . It's minimal (15 LoC re...

  • RubyMotion - Under the hood

    rubyflow.com 05 Mar '14, 2am

    RubyMotion - Under the hood Posted by xfitzyx on March 05, 2014 — 0 comments A recap of how you might see what’s going on under the hood in RubyMotion Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non registered users are currently deactivated, pending time to add a proper CAPTCHA...

  • Securing your AWS Infrastructure with IAM

    rubyflow.com 04 Mar '14, 6pm

    Securing your AWS Infrastructure with IAM Posted by manualwise on March 04, 2014 — 0 comments AWS provides great tools to handle keys, authentication and security. Here’s a simple setup how to quickly make your AWS Infrastructure more secure with the Identity and Access Management (IA...

  • Pakyow 0.8 Release

    rubyflow.com 04 Mar '14, 2pm

    Pakyow 0.8 Release Posted by bryanp on March 04, 2014 — 0 comments I'm happy to announce that Pakyow 0.8 has officially been released. This is a major release and includes a better router, a more intuitive view syntax, and an improved view transformation API. Read all about it → Happy...

  • Burlington Ruby Conference Early Bird Tickets Now Available

    rubyflow.com 03 Mar '14, 11pm

    Burlington Ruby Conference Early Bird Tickets Now Available Posted by beerlington on March 04, 2014 — 0 comments Hi everyone! I wanted to let you know that we just opened a limited number of early bird tickets that will be available until April 1st (or until they sell out). Please vis...

  • Using Database Templates in Rails

    rubyflow.com 03 Mar '14, 3pm

    Using Database Templates in Rails Posted by bcardarella on March 03, 2014 — 0 comments A quick post on how to make use of database templates in your Rails app. Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non registered users are currently deactivated, pending time to add a prope...

  • Elasticsearch integration for ActiveModel and Rails

    rubyflow.com 03 Mar '14, 11am

    Elasticsearch integration for ActiveModel and Rails Posted by karmiq on March 03, 2014 — 0 comments The elasticsearch-model and elasticsearch-rails gems for ActiveModel/Record and Rails integration with Elasticsearch have been released. Read more at github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsea...

  • world.db, football.db. beer.db - Pre-Built SQLite Databases for Download

    rubyflow.com 03 Mar '14, 9am

    world.db, football.db. beer.db - Pre-Built SQLite Databases for Download Posted by geraldbauer on March 03, 2014 — 0 comments Hello, For your convenience I've pre-built w/ the (sportdb, beerdb) Ruby gems some SQLite databases using the open public domain data sets. You'll find the rel...

  • Better Nesting in API Documents With Representable 1.7.6

    rubyflow.com 02 Mar '14, 11pm

    Better Nesting in API Documents With Representable 1.7.6 Posted by apotonick on March 03, 2014 — 0 comments Representable helps you rendering and parsing API documents. Mapping deeply nested documents to flat objects has been a bit of a pain. A new DSL method simplifies that in an enj...

  • Pronto now supports Reek!

    rubyflow.com 02 Mar '14, 5pm

    Pronto now supports Reek! Posted by mmozuras on March 02, 2014 — 0 comments Pronto reeks! No, wait, that's not right... Actually, Pronto performs quick automated code reviews with the help of various analysis tools (RuboCop , Brakeman , Flay , etc.) by checking only the introduced cha...

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    1. pronto-reek rubygems.org 02 Mar '14, 5pm
  • FiniteMachine second release

    rubyflow.com 01 Mar '14, 11pm

    FiniteMachine second release Posted by pmurach on March 02, 2014 — 0 comments The finite_machine v0.2.0 brings tons of improvements, including support for custom error handlers, generic state and event listeners and easy integration with other object through target helper. Comments “ ...

  • Roar Got Better Http Support!

    rubyflow.com 01 Mar '14, 1am

    Roar Got Better Http Support! Posted by apotonick on March 01, 2014 — 0 comments Roar 0.12.3 comes with HTTPS and basic auth support for client representers, as well as a simpler API for dealing with HTTP - read about it here . Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non reg...

  • I DRY-ed Up My Code and Now It's Hard to Work With. What Happened?

    rubyflow.com 28 Feb '14, 6pm

    I DRY-ed Up My Code and Now It's Hard to Work With. What Happened? Posted by justinweiss on February 28, 2014 — 0 comments “Don’t Repeat Yourself” is one of the most valuable ideas from one of the most valuable books I read during my software development career. If you can refactor aw...

  • The great RubyMotion debate - snake_case vs cameCase

    rubyflow.com 28 Feb '14, 4am

    The great RubyMotion debate - snake_case vs cameCase Posted by FluffyJack on February 28, 2014 — 0 comments Earlier today I posted a link to an article on Twitter from The Frontier Group, which was talking about their experiences with RubyMotion, great article, but when I tweeted the ...

  • Make Remote Files Local with Ruby Tempfile

    rubyflow.com 27 Feb '14, 3pm

    Make Remote Files Local with Ruby Tempfile Posted by dce on February 27, 2014 — 0 comments My buddy Lawson just posted about working with remote files using the Tempfile library . Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non registered users are currently deactivated, pending...

  • Command Line Reporter 3.3.1 Released

    rubyflow.com 27 Feb '14, 7am

    Command Line Reporter 3.3.1 Released Posted by wbailey on February 27, 2014 — 1 comment This release fixes an issue when encoding a table with standard ascii or utf8 characters. Check out the wiki to see examples of nicely formatted tables. As always The gem is available on rubygems.o...

  • arnoldc.rb : A Ruby implementation of the Arnold Schwarzenegger-based programming language

    rubyflow.com 27 Feb '14, 6am

    arnoldc.rb : A Ruby implementation of the Arnold Schwarzenegger-based programming language Posted by franckverrot on February 27, 2014 — 0 comments I spent a couple of hours reimplementing the Arnold Schwarzenegger based programming language to run on any Ruby VM and here's the result...

  • Reflecting on RubyMotion Experiences at The Frontier Group

    rubyflow.com 27 Feb '14, 4am

    Reflecting on RubyMotion Experiences at The Frontier Group Posted by xfitzyx on February 27, 2014 — 0 comments Reflecting on RubyMotion Experiences at The Frontier Group – Part 1 in a series of Rails to RubyMotion tips Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non registered u...

  • OmniAuth example app for Rails 4.1

    rubyflow.com 27 Feb '14, 2am

    OmniAuth example app for Rails 4.1 Posted by DanielKehoe on February 27, 2014 — 0 comments The Rails and OmniAuth starter app is a new Rails 4.1 example from the RailsApps project , with configuration using the new config/secrets.yml file, and a choice of Bootstrap or Foundation front...