It’s been a long time coming and it looks like it was worth the wait! Ruby on Rails 6 brings a whole heap of changes with it. In addition to fixes and improvements, there’s also Action Mailbox, Action Text, Parallel Testing, multiple databases & more. Let’s take a closer look.
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Wednesdays opening keynote took Java developers out of their comfort zone but to focus on the future of the web platform.
A smorgasbord of content that we noticed in the opening days of 2013.
A team-up with PaaS specialists Engine Yard is likely to bring Ruby, PHP and node.js support to Oracle Cloud.
The social networking giant makes its Scala for Cascading API available to all – jumping on the Hadoop bandwagon?
Does Scala need fundamental changes to move forward as a language? Or did Typesafe already see the gloomy forecast?
Version 3.1 of the Ruby on Rails framework is available.
TorqueBox Ruby application platform gets updates to Rack integration layer.
Version 0.1.1 of the resourcer ruby gem for enables default REST functionality, is now available to download. Ruby on Rails […]
Version 0.10.0 of the Spree open source e-commerce framework for Ruby on Rails, is now available to download. Spree now […]
A technical walkthrough for building a fully functional beta version of Vagrant is now available at the project website. Vagrant […]
Version 2.2.10 of the Phusion Passenger module for deploying Ruby on Rails web applications has been released. Phusion Passenger supports […]
Today saw the first ever JAX conference in London, with an opening day timetable concentrating on Ruby on Rails, JavaServer […]