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james2m — 8 posts

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I finally release Seedbank version 0.3.0 after a long hiatus while I was travelling. In this release are simplifications to the code, improvements in the documentation, Rails2 & 4 and Rake 10.x compatibility. Thanks to everybody who has used Seedbank and sorry for making you wait for this release.
I just released an update to the Seedbank incorporating contributions from pivotal-cloudplanner and Tim Galeckas.
David Butler has just added Mongoid support to Canard. Canard is yet another authorization rubygem. What sets Canard apart from the crowd is it builds on Ryan Bates' battle tested CanCan, wraps it up with Martin Rehfeld's RoleModel and makes authorization a first class citizen in your Rails app. Canard is now ORM agnostic and will work just as well in your non Rails apps.
Version 0.2.0 of Seedbank has just been released. Seedbank gives you more control of your Rails seed data, letting you break seed data into individual files with dependencies. You can seed different data for each Rails environment and share common seeds between environments.
I just released a new version of Seedbank. Seedbank give you more control of your Rails seed data, letting you break seeds down into individual files with dependencies. You can seed different data for each Rails environment and share common seeds between environments.
Seedbank makes your Rails database seeds simple and organised. Version 0.1.1 adds dependencies, shared seeds.
I just launched Canard 0.3.1. Canard adds role based authorization to your Rails applications. Extending the popular CanCan and RoleModel Rubygems Canard lets you define abilities for roles under your app directory making authorization a first class citizen in your application. Canard also adds some simple scopes for finding users based on their roles.

Canard was extracted from an existing application and has been used in several production applications so should be pretty battle hardened.
I just launched Enki Engine a mountable blogging engine based on Xavier Shay's Enki. Enki Engine is made to be embedded in your host Rails3 application and customised wantonly.