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2011

The Pragmatic Studio | Installing Ruby 1.9 and Rails 3 on Mac OS X

by oseres (via)
A few weeks before every Pragmatic Studio course, we send out homework to help attendees prepare for the course. The homework includes instructions for getting any required software installed and tested on their laptop, and some recommended reading. Our goal is to make sure that everyone turns up on the first day ready to program. So we try to catch installation problems early and help folks through them. Sending out prep homework ahead of time also means that attendees can begin to experiment on their own. As a result, they often jot down questions to ask during our time together. In a way, our courses start the moment you register. We’re continually updating our homework to take into account new software versions and new ways of doing things. With the topics we teach, there’s never a dull moment. For the Rails Studio in particular, we’ve been teaching Rails 3 for a while now. And although you can use Ruby 1.8.7 with Rails 3, we’re beginning to nudge folks to try Ruby 1.9.2.

2010

Platypus | Sveinbjorn Thordarson's Website

by nhoizey & 1 other
"Platypus is a developer tool for the Mac OS X operating system. It can be used to create native, flawlessly integrated Mac OS X applications from interpreted scripts such as shell scripts or Perl, Python and PHP programs."

2009

JetBrains RubyMine :: Ruby on Rails IDE

by ycc2106
RubyMine brings the whole range of essential developers tools, debugger, HTML, CSS and JavaScript editing support, code completion, code snippets and automatic refactorings

2008

Automatically backup your Mac to Amazon S3 | vallery.net

by nhoizey & 2 others
Here is my step-by-step guide to getting your machine setup to do automatic daily backups to Amazon. I developed these steps on my MacBook Air running Leopard however they should work for previous versions of OS X as well.

gosu - Google Code

by parmentierf & 1 other
Gosu is a 2D game development library for the Ruby and C programming languages, available for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.

2007

rubyosx - Ruby One-Click Installer for OSX

by ycc2106 & 1 other
This package is the most simple way to equip your Macintosh Apple OSX System with Ruby

What's Next?

by jpcaruana & 1 other (via)
What's Next is a personal productivity application that supports David Allen's Getting Things Done system, or GTD. We created What's Next to give us an environment in which to be effortlessly productive - it has been designed to offer a great user interface and generally be a joy to use. What's Next has been designed and written by Max Muermann. The application works under Mac OS X, Windows, various Unix- and Linux-variants. It is a browser-based application that comes with a small local web server. "It is just so easy to use that I was up and running in no time at all and everything made sense." - That's what Scott said. Have a look at the screenshots below, or head straight over to the download section and grab the latest version!

2006

Locomotive

by yodalpha & 4 others (via)
This is a simple tool to help you develop Ruby on Rails applications on Mac OS X

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