Videos tagged with Ruby
Jordan Fowler gives a presentation on Amazon’s S3 service. He also covers the AWS::S3 gem written by Marcel Molina Jr.
Previous screencast of this author was a simple introduction to TDD with Ruby. The intention was to demonstrate TDD and not much else. Having done that there are a number of other topics that need to be addressed including exceptions, database interaction and mocks. In this screencast Kane Mar focused on TDD with exceptions and error handling. Notice: Video links would let you to download torre...
Test Driven Development (TDD) is something that many people talk about but few actually do. A common misconception is that TDD is about writing acceptance tests before developing the code. It’s really more than automated acceptance tests … it’s about using unit tests to drive the development process. This series of screencasts (3 in total) are intended to be a very simple demonstration of TDD. ...
In this episode, Toby Sterrett gives us an update on his soon-to-be-released project StaffTool. StaffTool is a web-based church management application build with Ruby on Rails.
In today’s episode, Patrick Crowley introduces his first Rails plugin titled ActsNaked. It’s an easy way to “strip your models and keep them DRY.”
MasterView™ is a ruby/rails optimized HTML/XHTML friendly template engine. It is designed to use the full power and productivity of rails including layouts, partials, and rails html helpers while still being editable/styleable in a WYSIWYG HTML editor. This video demonstrates basic configuration and operation of MasterView.
I first started looking at Ruby on Rails more than a year ago. I even bought the first edition of Agile Web Development with Rails as soon as it was released. But I didn't do much with Rails until recently. I didn't want to struggle with setting up Ruby, Rails, Apache, and MySQL. I've installed Apache and MySQL on Windows before and it wasn't much fun. But now you don't have to worry about inst...
Installing SQLite 3 on Windows is pretty easy, once you figure out what you need to do. But when I started using Ruby on Rails I struggled to figure out what I needed to do. Here's a short screencast that demonstrates how you can install SQLite 3 on Windows so you can use it in your Ruby on Rails applications.
ActiveState has released Komodo Edit 4 for free. While basic, it offers a few interesting features including code AutoCompletion. Make sure to give it a try here. Once installed, you may find yourself puzzled by the lack of an F5 or one-click Run option. I’ve put together a small screencast that shows how to associate the F5 key with the execution of the current open ruby file.
Short demo of using Ruby plugin for IntelliJ IDEA for productive Ruby projects development. It shows us how to create Ruby project, what features IDEA provides for Ruby developers and demonstrates typical work flow in this environment.