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Episode #268 - May 1st, 2012

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This week the Pipeline still has its Dummies, Rails Behaviors push the unobtrusiveness, the post-RailsConf Issues hunt continues, Exhibits & Presenters help you to decorate, and the Signals pay attention to details. Meanwhile Rails 4 picks up pace, we talk to Santiago about Rails-API and all the secrets of RailsConf 2012 are revealed!

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  • Top Ruby Jobs
  • Pipeline for Dummies
  • Rails Behaviors
  • Issues Busting
  • Exhibit vs Presenter
  • Marginalia
  • Multi Routes & Queue
  • Rails::API
  • RailsConf Wiki
  • Ruby5

Rails::API Jump to Story

At RailsConf we talked to Santiago Pastorino, one of contributors to Rails::API, a new gem for creating API-only application with hand picked components from Rails which was recently released for people who need to build JavaScript-heavy applications with frameworks like Backbone and Ember. Santiago says the team needs more tests and performance cases to prove the 20 to 30% speed boost compared to Rails the experienced so far. This gem may become a generator on Rails core so that people who need APIs get a great one.

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Enforcing your environment with ENVied, easier payment integration with Payola, faster logic with pippi, multithreading in MRI, and Practicing Rails.

October 21st, 2014

Aimee and Nate talk about UltraHook, Using Capybara in Integration Tests, Background Processing with Einhorn, Barcelona Ruby Conf Top 5, and Raptor.

October 16th, 2014

Unary Operators, Writing fast Ruby, each_with_object, ES6 Transpiler and HStore

October 14th, 2014

RailsRumble, Ruby Motion for Rails devs, how Ruby Hashes work, how to deal with data migrations, clean up your routes file, and get better logs.