Track your running miles ... , , , , , YUI
A simple web application that allows to track your running miles and generate charts to monitor progress.
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That means you're going to be designing, for real. Drawing on whiteboard, building prototypes and proofs of concepts. Getting feedback from as many smart people as you can corner. Questioning your assumptions, reading everything you can find on the topic. Looking for tradeoffs that decrease …
Many developers (including myself) tend to build all of their web apps in Rails, even these super-thin service apps. The justification is that "eventually, you're going to need * XYZ Rails Feature* anyway, so you might as well use Rails from the start." But I was curious just what kind of performance I was trading away for the sake of keeping my Rails magic. And boy was I surprised.
For this test, I wrote the same application in Rails (v 4.0.1), Rails-API …
…get to reuse the template that represents the model for both first-render and subsequent updates. In Rails, you'd have a partial like messages/message that's used for both cases.
I am excited to announce that Kaplan Test Prep, the global leader in test prep, and thoughtbot have partnered to launch a new web development bootcamp for individuals interested in becoming professional Ruby on Rails web developers, called Metis .
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A pet peeve, in writing and thinking: introducing a false antagonist to create tension in a story. This is rampant in tech writing. Apple vs. Google, Ive vs. Forestall, Rails vs. Django, Ember vs. Angular, etc. But there's no there, there. It's only filling space.
I would love to have Ernest Hemingway weigh in on introducing a bad guy where one isn't needed. I suspect there would be a lot of cursing involved.
We found some versions of Rails had a similar issue around the racc gem . Again, one line in your , and you're off and running.
Garbage Collection Metrics
Olderagents worked with 2.x. Back on Ruby 1.8.7 and earlier, MRI didn't provide a standard way of accessing statistics about the garbage collector. Both and Rubinius, though, provided their own implementation-specific API's for querying their garbage …
What's - As if it wasn't complex enough already. in 1.8.5
Should I - Check to see if your email is in any of the reported hacker repositories. It probably is. My Password
Sharing large repositories with your team - Through the use of git bundle.
Sprockets - Help debug the Rails asset pipeline. Errors
Multiprocess Firefox - architectural changes are coming down the pike.
The Rails web framework only supports Ruby 1.9.3+ for their 4.0.0 release, and it is rumored that they will be supporting only 2.0.0+ for their 4.1.0 release. Without dropping support for older syntaxes, developers cannot utilize new ones. As a language user, staying current means you have access to the latest features, latest security updates, and most active language support. For all these reasons, we want to encourage Heroku users to regularly upgrade and stay up-to-date.
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This morning we released Enterprise Chef Server 11.0.2 and Chef Server 11.0.10. We recommend all users upgrade to these new versions to pick up the following security fixes:
Nginx [ CVE-2013-4547] - security restriction bypass flaw due to whitespace parsing
Rails [ CVE-2013-4389] - Possible DoS Vulnerability in Action Mailer