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Episode #269 - May 4th, 2012

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Spree 1.1.0 e-commerce platform released … the “t” gem is command-line power tool for Twitter … the Focused Controller gem brings real OOP to Rails controllers … “10 Things You Didn’t Know Rails Could Do” talk by James Edward Gray II … “Legacy Concerns in Rails” blog post by Richard Schneeman … “ruby HTTP client performance shootout redux” blog post by Jonathan Rochkind … RubyMotion lets you use Ruby on iOS

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  • New Relic
  • Spree 1.1.0
  • Twitter CLI
  • Focused Controller
  • Rails tips
  • Legacy Concerns
  • HTTP Clients
  • RubyMotion
  • Ruby5

t - command-line power tool for Twitter Jump to Story

The t gem is a "a command-line power tool for Twitter". It's designed for Unix, so you can pipe and compose powerful commands from the simple ones.

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