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Looking for Ruby on Rails Freelancers? Pros & Cons…

Ruby on Rails has gained outstanding reputation as one of the fastest programming languages known today. Ruby on Rails freelancers use Ruby, with all of its frameworks and libraries for a web development career because of its focus on clean code, object-oriented syntax, efficient development practices and strong community. 382 more words

Devise + Omniauth + Facebook

Today I learnt how to connect Facebook login to my app using this guide: https://github.com/plataformatec/devise/wiki/OmniAuth:-Overview

It is a pretty decent guide but doesn’t detail how to secure your API key so that’s something to do down the track. 101 more words

Kreg KBS1020 44-Inch Universal Bench Rails, Set of 4

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Fixing Ruby on Rails applications Unix permissions to default

Yesterday I developed a Ruby Gem to correct permissions mess in Rails applications. It runs a simple Shell Script to set the default Rails Unix permissions, works with any version of Rails. 48 more words

Ruby on Rails 3.1 and Sprockets – A closer Look

Ruby on Rails 3.1 uses a new technology called Sprockets to speed JavaScript execution. Sprockets compiles all the features that a Web application uses into a single file, that simplifies work for the developer and quickens the response time of the application. 259 more words

Test Coverage 101 :: A Teeny Tiny Example

I spoke with a potential client recently and one of the topics at hand was “Does the code base you own have test coverage?”  “No; we know that we need it but its not there presently”.   671 more words

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Failing debugger-linecache (1.1.2) installation

Hello Guys,
Today i’m installing debugger-linecache (1.1.2) and it giving me some error like below.

gem install debugger-linecache -v ‘1.1.2’
Building native extensions. This could take a while… 129 more words

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