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Episode #276 - May 29th, 2012

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We put our Claws on AWS, resuscitate Resque workers, make Little Classes out of Big Ones while Cedar goes GA, Dokuen gives you your own little Heroku and your Ruby Talks creepy to you.

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  • Rails Themes
  • Claws
  • Stuck Resque
  • Little Big Classes
  • Cedar goes GA
  • Dokuen
  • Talks
  • Ruby5

Heroku Cedar becomes "Generally Available" Jump to Story

Many Rails developers have been using Heroku's new Cedar stack for a while now, and Heroku has just made it Generally Available which means it will soon be the default stack when creating an app. As a reminder Cedar comes with a series of improvements of the HTTP stack allowing you to use chunked responses, long polling, and also an asynchronous webserver to handle multiple responses from a single web process. It also introduced the heroku run command to execute single commands and output them to your local terminal or attach your remote app's rails console to your terminal on a one-off dynos. You can find out in the Heroku dev center docs which have been updated for Cedar as well.

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