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Episode #52 - February 19, 2010

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RailsConf 2010, JavaOne 2010, Google Buzz, Moonshine, RailsMetrics, charting tools, jquery animations, and tools for pair programmers round out the topics for this week's Ruby5.

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This episode is sponsored by New Relic. New Relic gives you performance monitoring, tracking, and reporting of your web applications.

  • New Relic RPM
  • RailsConf 2010
  • JavaOne 2010
  • Google Buzz
  • Moonshine
  • RailsMetrics for Rails 3
  • OpenFlashChart & Seer
  • JQuery + Quicksand
  • Pairing Tools
  • Ruby5

RailsMetrics engine for Rails 3 Jump to Story

RailsMetrics is an engine that hooks into your application and listens to ActiveSupport::Notifications, and shows you statistics about them. RailsMetrics uses threads to save those notifications in the database through an in-process Queue. You can see charts based on each request and see what queries, actions, templates rendering, etc. are slow. There is an example app at github.com/engineyard/rails_metrics_example

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