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Bug fix release regarding border colors and vertical spacing. Check out the wiki to see examples of nicely formatted tables. As always the gem is available on rubygems.org with source on github. For those not familiar with “the reporter”, it provides a ruby DSL for writing reports with built in features for progress reporting and table formatting. It is very handy for system level and data reporting scripts.
A successful application is one that is resilient to fluctuations in network availability and performance: it can take advantage of the peak performance, but it plans for and continues to work when conditions degrade. Thoughts and tips on how to build such a thing.
If you develop some API, that interact with mobile devises, then this small gem might be handy: [more inside]
Active Record associations are an incredibly powerful feature yet configuring them can be confusing to Rails newcomers. In this free 14+ minute excerpt of the Easy Rails Active Record Video Associations series I’ll introduce the
belongs_to association, complete with a detailed code example. Watch the video.
Code named Kantishna for the Denali area of Alaska, the ActiveRecord SQLServer v4.2.0.pre is ready for testing. As the name suggests, this is for SQL Server 2012 and higher.
Video encoding processor for CarrierWave, more options and background processing here.
Here is small PooledRedis gem to manage redis conection(s) in your app.
MailInterceptor gem for intercepting and forwarding emails in non production Rails environments.