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Rails Camp UK – August 15-18, 2008 – Orpington, Kent

Following on from the success of the "Rails Camp" events in Australia, comes Rails Camp UK. The first is being held on Friday August 15 through to Monday August 18 (you can go just for a day though if you…

RESTful Searching in Rails

Ben Curtis demonstrates RESTful Searching in Rails.

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Phusion Passenger 2.0.1 Released: A Significant Upgrade

Phusion has released Passenger 2.0.1, the first non-release candidate version of their popular Passenger / mod_rails / mod_rack Rails deployment Apache module. Passenger was developed to make the deployment of Rails applications on Apache "a breeze" and now with the 2.x…

Named Scope Awesomeness

Noel Rapping demonstrates more named scope awesomeness, namely using named scopes to chain together find conditions.

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Phusion Passenger Preference Pane for OS X

The guy at Fingertips have come up with an OS X preference pane for Phusion Passenger (a.k.a. mod_rails) that makes it a cinch to deploy Rails applications using Passenger on the Mac. It can be as simple as dragging a Rails…

Upload Progress With mod_passenger

Peter Sarnacki shares a technique for getting an upload progress bar with a Passenger (a.k.a. mod_rails) hosted Rails application.

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Scaling a Rails App to 1 Billion Pageviews Per Month

Dennis Howlett has written an article for ZDNet about how Joyent has helped a Rails app scale to 1 billion pageviews per month. It's a bit vendor-focused, but still worthwhile.

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SubdomainFu: Tame sub domains in your Rails apps

SubdomainFu is a plugin developed by Michael Bleigh of Intridea that allows you to easily deal with subdomains in your Rails applications.

Not just a superficial hack, SubdomainFu even extends the Rails routing system to allow you to specify subdomains within routes. Example:

url_for(:controller => "my_controller",
  :action => "my_action",
  :subdomain => "awesome") #…

June 2008 Ruby Security Vulnerabilities

From Ruby Inside: June 2008 Ruby Security Advisory: A Summary - Essentially, be aware, don't panic, and be careful regarding Rails and Ruby 1.8.6p230.

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Rails 2.1 Gotchas

Chad Pytel writes about some Gotchas When Upgrading to Rails 2.1. A handy guide if you're having issues.

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