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Links 1 through 10 of 61 by Domingo Suarez Torres tagged rubyonrails

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1/20/08 update: 1.0.1 release: fixes for distance calculation (in-memory and database) when distances are either very small or 0. NOTE: older versions of MySQL/Postgres may not work. See readme for more info.

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In Star Wars, when Grand Moff Tarkin orders the destruction of the planet Alderaan, you must question his motivations. Historically, I think too much emphasis has been placed on “he’s an Evil Warlord doing the bidding of Darth Vader and the Emperor”, and “the Rebel scum must be tortured and punished.” But I’m not so sure this is the whole picture.

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Last week we released the open source social network Lovd By Less. Almost immediately we had requests for people wanting to add code back into Lovd. Lovd had been housed in a private svn repository and distributed via a zip file. This was really good for me, but not so for people that want to take the current version, build on it and later merge whatever newer version of Lovd is available into their app. Although I hadn’t yet tried git I knew that it made this sort of branching a lot easier than subversion, so I decided to try it.

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Merb is an MVC framework that is ORM-agnostic, JavaScript library agnostic, and template language agnostic, preferring plugins that add in support for a particular feature rather than trying to produce a monolithic library with everything in the core. In fact, this is a guiding principle of the project, which has led to third-party support for the ActiveRecord, DataMapper, and Sequel ORMs.

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Last week, I attended O'Reilly's Open Source Convention (a.k.a. OSCON) in Portland, Oregon. This was the 5th year I've attended (and spoke) at OSCON. I really like the diversity of open source projects and languages discussed at this conference. You can find always find good sessions on Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and even Java. Of the many sessions I attended, the ones I learned the most from were Google XML Pages by Harry Heymann and Laurence Gonsalves and Even Faster Web Sites (PPT) by Steve Souders. If you didn't get a chance to attend OSCON this year, you might try watching OSCON in 37 minutes by Gregg Pollack. This is a video where Gregg asks many speakers to summarize their talks in 30 seconds or less.

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Haml takes your gross, ugly templates and replaces them with veritable Haiku.

Haml is the next step in generating views in your Rails application. Haml is a refreshing take that is meant to free us from the shitty templating languages we have gotten us

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