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7 Barebones Rails Apps To Kick Start Your Development Process

Back in 2005, the first Rails application a novice Rails developer produced was typically a simple blog-like system. This was in no small part thanks to a great screencast produced by David Heinemeier Hansson demonstrating how to create such a…


New Relic Goes Free: Quality Rails Monitoring Now Free To All

Disclaimer: New Relic sponsors Ruby and Rails Inside. This announcement is not advertorial, however, and is written as objectively as possible. Similar items have been written for non-sponsors, such as this item on Scout.

New Relic is best known as a provider of…

HashRocket Looking for Web Developer

Obie Fernandez is looking for an expert Web developer for Hashrocket - one of the better known Rails development houses.

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List of Rails Tips

An interesting list of Rails tips to wander through.

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Awesome Fresh Rails Documentation To Enjoy

It seems that some rather good writers have been very busy, because as if from no-where, a whole batch of awesome new Rails manuals (seemingly up to Rails 2.1 standards) have made an appearance at

There are no credits, but the…

Testing SSL in Rails

Luke Francl looks at testing SSL in Rails.

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Hyperactive Resource - It Makes ActiveResource Work Properly!

Hyperactive Resource (Github repository) is a extension to ActiveResource that adds a lot of ActiveRecord-esque functionality and finally makes it a reasonably simple task to do a "drop in" replacement for existing ActiveRecord models. It includes dynamic finders, client-side validations, validation…

Scribd Job

Scribd - the world's busiest Rails-powered Web site - is looking for a back-end Rails engineer.

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Rails Guides Hackfest - Get Prizes For Working on Rails Documentation

Outside of thread safety and internationalization support (both of which will be supported in Rails 2.2), one of the most maligned areas for Rails development has been the online documentation.

An effort to improve that situation though was recently posted on…


37signals shows how they use HAProxy in conjunction with their Rails apps, Apache, and Mongrel. Includes a useful screencast demonstrating HAProxy's load balancing features.

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