A while back, I had a requirement to persist a record of which email addresses were sent an email through the system. I expected to find callback support for ActionMailer, but was surprised to find that it didn't exist.
I was setting up a Subversion repository one year ago. Of course, I also wanted to have regular backups of my Subversion repository. As I was tired of writing bash scripts for such a task, I looked into writing a simple Ruby script for backing up my Subversion repositories.
This project is (or will be) a best effort semi-static verifier for your Ruby on Rails projects. Delivered as a Ruby gem it provides a shell command task "railscheck" that you can run against your Rails projects to test for a number of typical bugs, potential problems and inconsistencies.
I've seen this granularity problem on every project, product or program I've worked on. Often in non-agile methods it comes it up in the form of traceability requirements on top of the actual requirements.
Consent is an access control abstraction layer for ActionController. It lets you restrict access to actions across your application using a single config file, rather than scattering access logic across your controllers using verify() and method-specific logic.
With Flash Player 10, the FileReference.browse and FileReference.download operations may be initiated only through ActionScript that originates from user interaction. This includes actions such as clicking the mouse or pressing the keyboard.