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edavis10 — 11 posts

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Testing your authentication in Rails apps is important but sometimes you don't need an entire authentication system like devise for backend systems. HTTP basic can be a good comprise but you still need to make sure to test that it's hooked up correctly. I found doing a full stack integration test using Capybara with Rails 3 to be a good balance between a simple test and assuring the authentication works.
I just spent a few hours to learn how to use pjax in order to make an application feel more responsive. Hooking it up to Sinatra was trivial and should work with any Rack based application.
ChiliProject 2.0.0RC2 released  blog.chiliproject.org
The second release candidate for ChiliProject has been released. ChiliProject is a Rails project management system that forked from Redmine in January 2011.
I just released a set of scripts I use to manage my Kindle notes. They started out as a late night hack and grew into an important tool I use to review all of the books I read (over 40 books in 6 months already).
Long-term members of the Redmine community have launched ChiliProject, a fork of Redmine. ChiliProject is actively looking for additional contributors and community members.
Redmine 1.0.3 Released  redmineblog.com
A new stable version of Redmine has just been released. The Rubyforge servers are warmed up and ready to serve your download for one of the most popular Open Source Rails applications.
Redmine 1.0.2 released  redmineblog.com
Redmine 1.0.2 has just been released to Rubyforge.
Redmine 1.0.0 has just been released. It's the project management system behind projects like Ruby, RubySpec, Puppet, Typo3, as well as hundreds of other open source and commercial projects.
Redmine 0.9.5 released  redmineblog.com
A new version of the stable branch of Redmine was just released. It includes over 31 bugfixes and patches and may be the last release before Redmine 1.0.
I've started off this week's Code Reading series on Capistrano with a in deep look into how it converts the cap deploy command into a deployment recipe. If you've never looked at the internals of Capistrano, I'd recommend looking all the work it does behind the shell.
I posted 17 Rack Middlewares I want to use from going through CodeRack.