The catch comes when you look at the behavior, and you realize that there is hardly any behavior on these objects, making them little more than bags of getters and setters
Metric_fu is a set of rake tasks that make it easy to generate metrics reports. It uses Saikuro, Flog, Flay, Rcov, Reek, Roodi, Subversion, Git, and Rails built-in stats task to create a series of reports. It's designed to integrate easily with CruiseControl.rb by placing files in the Custom Build Artifacts folder.
The Microsoft Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar provides a variety of tools for quickly creating, understanding, and troubleshooting Web pages.
Effortless backend interface for Ruby on Rails applications. (Admin scaffold generator.)
FeedTools is a simple Ruby library for handling rss, atom, and cdf parsing, generation, and translation as well as caching. It attempts to adhere to Postel’s law—i.e. a liberal parsing and conservative generation policy.
rFeedParser is a translation of Mark Pilgrim's Universal Feed Parser from Python into Ruby. It has nearly the exact same behavior.
So I thought it might be interesting to share with you the various stages of design the site went through before arriving at the finished design.
Wouldn’t it be cool if you could just require “http://my-host/my-lib.rb” in ruby?
If you’re working on some cool ruby console-based application or just want to add a little style to your script here is a nice gem for you. It’s called Rainbow and it extends ruby String class adding methods to wrap the string with ANSI escape codes.
Without intending to take anything away from Roy’s (valid) criticism on labeling, REST isn’t an all or nothing proposition. One can get significant value from partial adoption.
Most of the problems with cookies are due to breaking visibility,
When Java first shipped, Bill Joy and James Gosling and the other members of the Java team thought that Java should have generics, only they didn't have the time to do a good job designing it in. So because there would be no generics in Java, at least initially, they felt that arrays had to be covariant.
Martin Odersky talks with Frank Sommers and Bill Venners about the compromises and most important goals in Scala's design, its object-oriented innovations, and what's in it for you.