19 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup 18 days ago.
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Firebug 2: Support for Dynamic Scripts - A look at some of the internals of the big new Firebug update.

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Sidekiq 3.0! - Big changes here as well.

Why Use Make - An introduction to this time-honored tool.

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Compression Overhead - Dynamic Content

There is overhead to compressing content - let's see how significant it is. These tests were run against a fairly typical rails 3.2 app.

We'll run siege against a dynamic content page running under thin for 30 seconds, simulating 10 concurrent users. I'm picking typical results: I ran siege numerous times for each scenario. siege -t30s -c 10 'http://127.0.0.1:3000/contact' Before Rack:: Deflater After Rack:: Deflater …

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By santiago.pastorino of WyeWorks Blog - The Team's Voice over 1 year ago.
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Hash-based & Dynamic finder methods

Gem

Mass assignment in AR models

Gem

ActiveRecord:: SessionStore

Gem

ActiveResource

Gem

ActiveResource is dead, long live ActiveResource

Action Caching

Gem

Page Caching

Gem

Active Support

Queue API

Rails 4.0 Sneak Peek: Queueing

Commit

Notifiers start & finish

Commits

Action Mailer

Asynchronous Mailer…

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By Roman Vynar of MySQL Performance Blog over 1 year ago.
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* Dynamic filtering and searching of queries

* Colorized and normalized SQL syntax

* Explain the query dynamically

* Integrated pt-query-advisor support

* Detailed query historic stats, support for log_slow_verbosity.

Actually, this is a very simple and straightforward tool to browse slow queries. The web interface is AJAX-based. Please refer to the screenshot below to see what columns you can filter the report on. Personally, I find this tool useful in case you want to easily …

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By Bill Karwin of MySQL Performance Blog over 1 year ago.
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Q: If you're writing Dynamic SQL in your Stored Procedures you have other issues

I consulted for a customer who uses dynamic SQL in stored procedures extensively. They found that it was awkward because of the limits of the procedure language MySQL offers, and also it moves too much computation load onto their database server. Their MySQL server became CPU-bound, while their multiple PHP application servers were often idle, waiting for the database server. It would make …

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup almost 2 years ago.
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…in under 500 bytes.

Monitor HTTP Traffic on Mobile/Fennec - Firebug's Net panel for Android devices.

git-playback - Slide show creation from git commits.

Amazon CloudFront - Support for Dynamic Content - Amazon's CDN knows what to do with querystrings now.

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Internally, Factory Girl has four different types of attributes ( Dynamic, Static, Association, and Sequence); when compiling attributes, we were sorting attributes by the order attributes were added, moving all static attributes to the beginning of the list (with a priority attribute). This worked for 99% of all cases but did have bugs ( the most recent involved traits and dynamic attributes ). I wanted to resolve this once and for all.

The New Way

Factory Girl now creates …

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By nettutsplus of Videos related to 'Ruby on Rails demo' over 2 years ago.
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By Loren Segal of gnuu.org over 3 years ago.
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…Diamondback Ruby guys entitled " Profile-Guided Static Typing for Dynamic Scripting Languages ", looks at a way to automatically infer type information by "profiling" your program (at run-time), looking for all the dynamic patterns, and, for the most part, translating them into their static equivalents. Yep, I said it. Static equivalents. Believe it or not, their results show that many of these "dynamic" programs can in fact be translated into fairly static …

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By lyndapodcast of Videos matching: rubyonrails over 3 years ago.
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Ruby on Rails on a Windows Machine 4. Getting Started 5. Controllers, Views, and Dynamic Content 6. Databases and Migrations 7. Models, ActiveRecord, and ActiveRelation 8. Associations 9. Controllers and CRUD 10. Layouts, Partials, and View Helpers 11. Forms 12. Data Validation 13. User Authentication 14. Improving the Simple CMS 15. Debugging and Error Handling 16. Introducing More Advanced Topics Conclusion

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