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Episode #19 - October 16, 2009

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Gem Bundler, Gemcutter Gem forking, and client side performance are covered in this Friday morning episode. Also, you'll get plenty of visuals and diagrams with the DevIL Image Library for Ruby, the yUML Command Line Gem, and RailRoad Graphs.

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  • New Relic RPM
  • Gem Forking
  • Gem Bundler
  • DevIL
  • Performance
  • yUML
  • RailRoad
  • Ruby5

Gemcutter Gem Forking Jump to Story

Github announced that they will no longer support gem building on the site, and they recommend everyone switch to gemcutter. Some people are surprised and a little bit upset about the move, one of the complaints being that gemcutter doesn’t support forking like github. Nick Quaranto has written about how gem forking can be done on gemcutter, by renaming the gem with your name appended to the gem name.

July 18th, 2014

Take a peek into your app, think about accessibility, write polyglot web apps, learn Rails, say goodbye to 1.8.7 and 1.9.2 support

July 15th, 2014

In this episode we cover fun with iBeacons and PunchClock, visually starting a Rails app with Prelang, a Ruby Queue Pop method with Timeout, text translations from the command line with Termit and Diving into the Rails request handling.

July 11th, 2014

Time Travel Movies explained in git, a free online book to learn programming, better controllers with adequate_exposure, Avdi's Sinatra testing adventure, Engine Yard's App Server Arena, and the Informant Heroku add-on all in this episode of the Ruby5!

July 8th, 2014

From small releases of Rails 4, to Awesome Ruby, to ActiveSupport's MessageEncryptor, to BHF, and Inch CI, Olivier and Gregg fourchette their way through the Ruby world.