Monday, April 6, 2009 at 1:14AM
Scraped up a bunch of links this weekend. Let's get to it:
Rails framework upgrades with git-bisect - An example of tracking down the commit that broke your application. Native Google Chrome on Mac OS X: First Impressions - With a prebuilt binary you can download. It certainly is fast, though still unstable. Rails Contributors (All time) - Who's got code in the framework? I like the "This year" view, personally. 3, 2, 1... go! Your contact form is ready! - Quick contact forms for Rails applications. Releasing the Source - The E text editor source is now available on github. License proliferation, though - ugh. MySQL GUI Tools - Free administration & query browsing GUIs from MySQL themselves. Benchmarking your Rails tests - How to do it. Rails Template: Create a Twitter Application in Seconds - Just in case you need such a thing. RubyMine Beta - I spent some time playing with this IDE on a reasonably large Rails project. It has some very slick stuff, including the debugger and a nice ERD view, but it's definitely unstable and slow at the moment. Welcome to Rake - A basic guide to get started with.