How far to go when testing production?
Test something when you're afraid it's going to fail, e.g because you don't trust an API
This becomes monitoring
- SF DevOps meetup tonight!
- Tracker search: NOT label
I'd like to run a search in Tracker for stories that are not marked (labelled) "blocked". How?
- Compass Rails + Premailer + Heroku = File to import not found or unreadable
Sass::SyntaxError Error File to import not found or unreadable: compass/css3/box-shadow. Load path: Sass::Rails::Importer(/app/app/assets/stylesheets/email.scss) /app/app/assets/stylesheets/text_styling.scss:1 /app/app/assets/stylesheets/email.scss:2
Possibly, your gem is in the assets-group, not the production-group. This means it will not be loaded on production. Try moving it to production.
- heroku maintenance mode works through the API but not the CLI
i.e., through herokusan but not by doing heroku maintenance:on.
May be a bug in the heroku gem.
- SQLite gem on Heroku
Don't even try, or any other ideas?
- Caching individual files on nginx
Seems you can only set one regex to match cached files, not individual files.
- SF DevOps Meetup - Thursday 9/13
Firefox remembers the state of checkboxes across refreshes. If you test if a checkbox is checked via jQuery, you might not get the actual values out of the DOM, but the cached state from before the refresh. Keep that in mind when testing.
Rails 2.3.5's has_one: if you build a form for a has_one association, it'll overwrite the old value, even if you do not save. This is intended, but not intuitive. The old record will be orphaned.
"Want to teach college students Rails/Pairing in a Software Engineering class?"
Write an email to Rob. Details to follow soon.
"How do I set the type of a Backbone class to not always be "child"?"
You can rename the constructor, it's going to have that name. Don't forget to call the constructor of the super class in it.
"Is there any tool to run Jasmine tests in several windows/browsers in parallel?"
Let us know.
The CSS property 'box-sizing' allows you to control the width of an element, including its border and padding.
is the default setting, where the width specifies the width of only the content
specifies the width for both the content, and the border and padding
have a wild guess.
Ember.js Meetup tonight at 6:30pm
Technically sold out, but if you just stick around after work, you can still attend.