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Scaling Rails – A free 13-part series of screencasts

New Relic - the Rails app performance monitoring folks - has launched RailsLab, a free resource for Rails developers who want to learn about things relating to Rails application performance. They've kicked it off with a free 13 part screencast series by…

Flash Video Tutorial

A "flash video tutorial" showing how to use Rails, ffmpeg, FlowPlayer and attachment_fu together to create an app that you can upload videos to.

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ObjectiveResource: An Objective C port of ActiveResource puts the iPhone on Rails

ObjectiveResource (or Github repository) is a framework for iPhone developers (or, conversely, Rails developers who want to branch their app out to the iPhone) that allows you to interact easily between iPhone and Rails apps.

In essence, ObjectiveResource s a port of…

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Rails Industry News for February 2009

Welcome to the latest in our new series - Rails Industry News - where we focus on the latest from companies that either depend entirely on or significantly use Rails. We want to highlight what's going on in the industry without…

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Rails 2.3 Release Candidate 1 Released – What's New?

David Heinemeier Hansson has announced the release of Rails 2.3 Release Candidate 1 (RC1). In a break from the usual rush from RC to a final release, David says that due to the substantial nature of this update this will probably…

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6 Interviews With Rails Testing Gurus

Noel Rappin - author of Professional Ruby on Rails, published by Wrox - is the author of Rails Test Prescriptions, a forthcoming book on Rails testing techniques and methodologies. Noel has also written Getting Started With Testing Your Rails Application,…

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Building a Rails Multi-Staging Environment with Capistrano and Passenger

In the last year, Phusion Passenger (a.k.a. mod_rails) has become a popular way (possibly even the popular way) to deploy Rails and Rack-based applications. If you're not a Passenger user yet or if you haven't set it up along with a Capistrano staging environment,…

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Make I18n Simple with the Translate Plugin

Translate (or Github repository) is a Rails plugin (for 2.2 and above) that makes internationalizing your Rails apps ridiculously easy.

Rather than work your way through a bundle of views and YAML files doing your translations, you can instead do them via…

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RailsConf 2009 Registration Opens – Las Vegas in May

David Heinemeier Hansson has just announced that RailsConf 2009 is open for registration. In a break from tradition, RailsConf moves from Portland to Las Vegas this year - specifically the Las Vegas Hilton (it's on the monorail line so don't bother hiring a…

Rails Templates Pumped Full of Caffeine

Rails 2.3 is not yet released but has become extremely popular to use already in its "edge" form. The official release will be available in the next couple of weeks (so I am told) and one of the most exciting…

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