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June 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.

May 2011

April 2011

An Introduction to Spatial Programming With RGeo

by Spone
One of the most important current trends in the high-tech industry is the rise of spatial and location-based technologies. Once the exclusive domain of complex GIS systems, these technologies are now increasingly available in small applications, websites, and enterprises. This document provides a brief overview of the concepts, techniques, and tools for implementing location-aware application features, focusing on the Ruby programming language and an open-source technology stack.

HandlerSocket: The NoSQL MySQL & Ruby -

by jpcaruana
HandlerSocket is a NoSQL plugin for MySQL. It works as a daemon inside the mysqld process, accept tcp connections, and execute requests from clients. HandlerSocket does not support SQL queries. Instead, it supports simple CRUD operations on tables.


by jpcaruana & 3 others
Sinatra is a DSL for quickly creating web applications in Ruby with minimal effort

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by jpcaruana & 4 others
Available in Ruby, JavaScript, Python, Erlang, PHP, Perl, Objective-C, Java, .NET, Android, C++, Go, Lua, ooc, ActionScript, ColdFusion, Scala, Clojure, Fantom, CoffeeScript, D, and for node.js. Works great with TextMate, Vim, Emacs, and Coda.

March 2011

WxRubyWiki: WxRuby

by Spone & 1 other
wxRuby is an open source GUI toolkit for the Ruby programming language. It allows native-looking desktop applications to be written for Windows, OS X, Linux GTK and other platforms using only Ruby. It's based on the cross-platform wxWidgets C++ GUI framework.


by Spone & 1 other (via)
Shoes is a cross-platform toolkit for writing graphical apps easily and artfully using Ruby. Unlike most other GUI toolkits, Shoes is designed to be easy and straightforward without losing power. Really, it’s easy!

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