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Episode #294 - August 3rd, 2012

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Updates to Rails and Passenger, a rules engine, making cool progress bars on the command-line, and 3 useful little Javascript doodads.

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  • New Relic
  • Rails 3.2.8
  • Passenger Enterprise
  • wongi-engine
  • mousetrap
  • easy-pie-chart
  • rivets
  • Terminal Progress
  • Ruby5

Passenger Enterprise Jump to Story

There are now two editions of Passenger - Community and Enterprise. Community is everything you already know and love, while Enterprise adds features like rolling restarts, error resistant deploys, monitoring resource usage, support for live debugging, and mass deploying several virtual hosts at once. If that stuff makes your life easier, So them some love.

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