It's still only a preview so don't pull out your production apps yet, but's polyglot stack supports Ruby 2.0 preview 1 without much work at all.
Reinventing of Future: 's RubyConf Keynote Slides
No technical content as such but Matz celebrates the reinventing of wheels and confesses his love for. Worth a quick swipe through for the sentiments.
Game and Ruby
…and our own Forrest Norvell . Matt's talk, Preview the New Cloud9 IDE , shows you how to use the new tooling to rapidly build Cloud9 add-ons. Afterwards, will present in 0.8+ . Domains are a new, experimental feature in 0.8 and up. They provide a way to handle multiple different IO operations as a single group. If any of the event emitters or callbacks register to a domain emit an error event, or throw an error, then …
PDFpenPro - Preview is a fine viewer, but if you need to sign contracts, make edits to or create new forms, PDFpenPro is top notch. Bonus: it's a lot cheaper than .
Photoshop CS6 : When switched to its Creative Cloud pricing, I decided to jump back on the Adobe bandwagon. I don't really have a system for when I use and when I use . It usually just ends up depending on what I decide to type into …
1) Preview and download a Escape Studios .cookbook and drop it into the chef repo. This well-maintained cookbook is from
2)account info to the attributes file of the cookbook and upload it to the hosted chef account...
3) Drop the newrelic recipe at the end of the base role's run list and update roles (alternatively, this could be done in the webUI)
The next time the chef clients converge, they automagically install the correct New Relic server …
Roadmap Preview 2: live - More on the upcoming version of console, deployment error resistance, new website . The live debugging looks pretty slick.
Backbone.js: - More internals for your fun and profit. 's Guide Part 2
The - Could it be that the App Store will fail, because apps bought that way are significantly disadvantaged? I think it more likely that a future version of … 's future of irrelevance
…design iteration. Because as with most good things, the first try is often not successful. In a future Preview we'll show you the other two designs. For 3 weeks we've worked day and night on our designs, in-house. When it came to implementing it, the entire Phusion team was deployed on this endeavor. The process has been super intensive but also extremely rewarding, especially when the team has such a good synergy.
…In pagecontent editor.
Roadmap Preview 1 - - A paid version of Passenger is coming, including rolling process restarts. 4.0 and Phusion Passenger Enterprise
The - 's to Riding a Lion and working again after an upgrade.
…tame this wild cat early on, jumping on the beta tester bandwagon since the Developer Preview 4. Here are some of the things you should consider as you make the switch to this shiny new operating system.
The Upgrade Process
After I downloaded the 4GB installer from the Mac App Store, the whole upgrade process took me about 45 minutes on my 15" 2010 Macbook Pro with an SSD drive. It was a simple and straightforward process as the installer takes care of everything.
Once the …
…Roadmap Preview 2 will follow soon. I know many of you are anxious about the release, but we are just putting the finishing touches on everything to make sure that the launch go well. In the next Preview, due in a few days, we shall reveal more features as well as parts of the new Phusion Passenger website.
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…app switcher, by means of being automatically terminated by the system. Since nobody I know keeps Preview in the dock, there's no way to relaunch it that way either. Frankly, the application just completely disappeared from the user interface without clear means to launch it again.