Videos tagged with Ruby
Short demonstration screencast about Emacs on Rails IDE which is convenient Emacs add-on to edit Ruby On Rails projects.
This screencast is a pair programming session between David Heinemeier Hansson and Miles K. Forrest. Miles is new to web application programming and a "bunny hill" rails developer at best, so to have a world-class developer take the time to go over some basics on how to get started was very encouraging and valuable to him. If you're also new to Rails perhaps this 35 minute screencast might help...
Kevin Clark shows us how to use mocks and stubs in your Ruby tests using Mocha and Stubba
Dominic Damian talks about the different options available to you when deploying a Rails application. He covers areas such as servers, caching, database, and hosting.
Patrick Crowley discusses his experiences with acts_as_taggable. He starts off outlining some of the differences between the gem and the plugin. Patrick then creates a simple app to show off some of the capabilities of the plugin.
Chris Abad talks a little bit about providing web services to your Rails application using some of the new REST features found in Edge Rails. At the end, he also throws in a bonus tip on using Rick Olson’s authentication plugin restful_authentication to add authentication to your REST API.
In this episode, Kevin Clark shows us some of the new REST features found in Edge Rails. He covers some basic concepts such as HTTP verbs, and also takes a look at using RESTful routes. Here are the slides
Tom Werner has released the ruby gem Chronic, a natural language date and time parser. In this episode he gives us a quick run through of some of the cool points.
Kevin Clark gives us a brief overview of two of Rick Olson’s authentication plugins: acts_as_authenticated and restful_authentication.
Chris Abad introduces the new web service, Outlandish. He also shows us how they handle dynamic domains within Outlandish. Here are the slides.