- csscss - Scanner to parse CSS files for duplicated declarations.
- An HTTP reverse proxy for realtime - Introducing Pushpin, a proxy with special features for streaming and related use cases.
- Mackup - Synchronize developer tool settings on multiple Macs via Dropbox.
- Writerrific - Markdown editing directly in the browser.
- hull - "Social platform as a service."
- CocoaDocs - "Hosted Docs for Objective-C Libraries."
- Hoodie - Framework for frontend-only web apps with lots of magic baked in.
- Firepad - Open source real-time collaborative text editor.
A Fresh Cup
Notes on Rails and other development
Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 6:02AM
Monday, April 8, 2013 at 5:34AM
Week of April 1 - April 7, 2013
Monday, April 8, 2013 at 5:21AM
- TheComments 1.0.0 - Threaded comment system implemented for Rails 4.
- Using rbenv to manage rubies and gems - Together with instructions for switching from rvm.
- unicorn-formatter - "A majestic unicorn will leap across your screen when your specs pass."
- bootstrap-wysiwyg - Rich content editor for jQuery and Bootstrap.
Friday, April 5, 2013 at 5:38AM
- Why Rackspace is Suing the Most Notorious Patent Troll In America - It's good to see someone standing up to the trolls. Makes me happy to have stuff hosted at Rackspace.
- Introducing Mac, iOS and RubyMotion Testing on Travis CI - More fun for your CI needs.
- The No Nonsense Guide to Ember.js on Rails - Detailed step by step for getting set up.
- GemLou.pe - Browser bookmarket to show the dependencies of any gem.
- geo-bootstrap - Bootstrap theme for a GeoCities look.
- PostgreSQL 9.2.4, 9.1.9, 9.0.13 and 8.4.17 released - Updated your PostgreSQL installs to fix a major security issue.
- Interesting navigator.mozPay() For Web Payments - Interesting bit of experimental plumbing from Mozilla.
- Instacode - Instant hipster code screenshots.
Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 6:21AM
- happy-plan - Static site generator using jekyll, compass, fontcustom, and grunt, among other tooling.
- Coveralls - Code coverage as a service.
- Stop working (so hard) - I agree that you need to know when to take a break. I'm less convinced that 35 hours is the magic maximum for everyone.
- Codepen - Nice-looking HTML/CSS/JS playground.
- Shoulda Matchers 2.0 - Changes consist mostly of removing things to keep it light.
- Routing and Performance on Heroku: a FAQ: Extensive discussion from Heroku of recent poerformance issues and what they're doing about it.