Release: Unobtrusive Javascript For Rails 0.2


almost 10 years ago by Luke on Luke Redpath - Home.
Dan Webb and I are happy to announce the latest release of the Unobtrusive Javascript plugin for Rails. This release packs in lots of cool new features...

Release: Unobtrusive Javascript For Rails 0.2


almost 10 years ago by Luke on Luke Redpath - Home.
Dan Webb and I are happy to announce the latest release of the Unobtrusive Javascript plugin for Rails. This release packs in lots of cool new features...

people are stupid


almost 10 years ago by Ryan Davis on Polishing Ruby.
I had one of these pointed at me yesterday. Eric and I were travelling on 520 near 405 and because of the 405 onramp and the car in front of us we wound...

Blogging Like a Rock Star


almost 10 years ago by Jay Phillips on Aunt Nell!.


Shattered 0.4 to 0.5


almost 10 years ago by martyn on Shattered Ruby - Miscellaneous.
We are rapidly approaching the release of 0.4. Knanshon wrote a fantastic Tetris tutorial. We’re refactoring and bug fixing across the board...

Rails Plugins Directory at AgileWebDevelopment


almost 10 years ago by Duane Johnson on Going Up.
Benjamin Curtis has been seeding his Rails Plugins Directory project by taking announcements on the Rails list and documenting them on his website.  He...

Chronicles of Emarm


almost 10 years ago by Dan Milliron on Dan Milliron's Blog.
Sometime soon, I plan to launch www.emarm.com, a website that uses simple email forms to help parents and teachers work together for the benefit of students...

Planning a Ruby course - request for comments


almost 10 years ago by Frank Spychalski on amazing development.
Later this year I am going to hold a beginners course for Ruby at the VHS in Karlsruhe. Yesterday I started thinking about the topics I want to cover. The...

Simpler irb


almost 10 years ago by Chris Wanstrath on Err The Blog.
Aren’t you sick of that ugly irb prompt? Too much information. $ irb irb(main):001:0> "i dont care how deeply nested i yam".nil? => false...

CRUD Explained


almost 10 years ago by Coda on codablog.
As it’s used on the Rails community, CRUD is when you limit your controller actions to index, new, edit, show, and destroy. I eagerly await counter-examples...