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One of our clients is looking for high-quality third-party chat services/libraries.
The Mac screen sharing application includes a host of interesting power features. Unfortunately, upgrading to Mac 10.5.5 causes these features to go away. Workarounds at this point are to store off the application and re-install it. Or to pay $300 for the official solution. Whichever.
It can be useful to create helper methods designed to extend the routing helpers offered by routes.rb.. power “_path” and “_url” methods. While the easy solution is to define these methods in your view helper layer (the most common client of these methods), a more complete solution is to use a pattern like this:
ActionController::Routing::Routes.draw do |map| ... normal routes ... end ActionController::Routing::Helpers.module_eval do def additional_method_name ... end end
Any methods added to ActionController::Routing::Helpers will be available in all of the same places that named routes are defined – controllers, views, and ActionController::UrlWriter includers.
Most Flash applications render an inline image in addition to the Flash itself. This image updates as the Flash updates, and appears to be used for caching purposes.
When you’re test-driving, you can make assertions about when this inline image updates to test Flash behavior. The image is binary, so it’s hard to make assertions about exactly what has changed.. but it’s a start.