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Preparing for RailsConf Component-Based Applications Workshop

At this year’s RailsConf I am going to be teaching the workshop: Get started with Component-Based Rails applications! It is a 90 minute session that gets you from 0 to 10 components in 90 minutes. The session is in the …

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Merits of strict separation in component-based Rails applications

A response to “Rails 4 Engines” at TaskRabbit

Throughout this post I am using “engine”, “Rails engine”, and “component” interchangeably, using what fits best in a given context.

Earlier this year, Brian Leonard published his blog post Rails 4 Engines …

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Options for Admin Engines in Component-based Rails Applications

In my recent RailsConf talk I said that I would help out with questions regarding component-based Rails applications (#cbra). A few days ago I got one such question via twitter: How to make a unified admin tool for independent engines?. …

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RubyMine 6 for component-based Ruby and Rails applications

I have previously written about how to use IntelliJ to set up multi-project support in RubyMine. I am happy to say that that hack is no longer necessary. Multi-project support was built into RubyMine 6! It makes component-based Ruby and …

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A channel-based ring buffer in Go

After Jared’s excellent introduction to Go concurrency and his look at patterns of Go channel usage I would like to share a channel-based ring buffer in Go based on channels that we developed for the Loggregator Server in CloudFoundry (CF).…

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Getting "by" with rspec feature specs

If you find that you are making your rspec feature specs longer and longer to cram more coverage in or to prevent the setup costs for more, shorter tests, you will probably have found that it becomes very hard to …

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Rails autoloading for your gem

We have been developing gems a lot as part of giving more structure to Rails applications: the idea and some techniques. Doing this often sees a Rails application and one or more gems being developed at the same time. This …

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Showing and hiding conditional HTML without Javascript

Have you ever filled out an address form that had a checkbox for “my shipping address differs from my mailing address”? When you click that box a conditional form part gets revealed that allows you to enter another address. We …

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My must-see list from MWRC 2013

TL;DR

If you watch one talk from Mountain West Ruby 2013, watch Greg Baugues: Devs and Depression.

Talks @ Mountain West Ruby Conference

Mountain West Ruby, was a great conference: lots of content and awesome people. It had one DevOps …

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GoSpotCheck Is Looking For A Web Application Developer

At Pivotal Labs, one of the services we provide our clients is helping them interview and hire. Pivotal Labs and our clients place a strong emphasis on Agile development and its many aspects: Pair Programming, Test-Driven Development, rapid iterations, and …

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