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Using the Wonderful jFlow Plugin
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 12 Feb 09

It seems that the obsession of the web design industry right now is the ability to create a "featured section". While it once may have required a great deal of skill, that is no longer the case. In this screencast, I'll show you how to easily create a scrollable featured section using one of Theme Fo...

Learn How to Create a jQuery Plugin
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 12 Feb 09

You might think to yourself, "What is all the fuss with jQuery? You have to download a bunch of plugins to even make the library worth while.". First, that isn't true. Second, the jQuery library was specifically designed for that very purpose. By keeping the core library as small as possible - about ...

Dramatis: Actors for Ruby - Steven Parkes
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Multicores. Distributed web services. Clouds. Pick your favorite buzz word, but pretty much any way you slice it, it's concurrent programming: multipl...

Ruby Mendicant Project - Gregory Brown
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

The Ruby Mendicant project was at first meant as a joke. Who would be crazy enough to donate money to an individual developer to work on unspecified ...

Tap -[not] a talk about replacing rake - Simon Chiang
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

In this talk I will present a task application framework called Tap. Tap on the surface acts like a supercharged rake, with similar declaration syntax...

Ruby Kata and Sparring - Micah Martin
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

All respectable software craftsmen make efforts to keep their coding claws sharp. And solely working 9-5 on business applications will dull one's whit...

Components are not a dirty word: modeling your Rails interface with stateful objects - Mike Pence
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Seaside, Cocoa, WebObjects, Shoes, and .NET -- among many other frameworks -- have long benefited from reusable widgets, or stateful components, as th...

Coding for Failure: All you need to know for building rock solid applications in 45 minutes - Tammer Saleh
Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

Coding for Failure will walk you through everything you need to know for building fault tolerant applications that degrade gracefully in the face of a...

Better Hacking With Training Wheels - Joe Martinez
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 08 Feb 09

I'd like to do a talk on a library I'm developing called Training Wheels. The idea is to bridge the gap between junior developers who understand the s...

Ruby as Multimedia glue
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 04 Feb 09

A talk about implementing a gem for communicating with the open source MythTV software, streaming and transcoding recordings on the fly with the aid of Mongrel, and viewing them using a custom interface written using RubyCocoa on Mac OS X. The talk will be a whistlestop tour of the various aspects of...

Act As Xapian
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 04 Feb 09

Francis gave a very interesting talk about his new Rails search engine plugin, which is called acts_as_xapian

Shadow
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 10 Dec 08

Jordan Fowler reveals his new Shadow plugin that tracks attribute and association changes to ActiveRecord objects, making it easy to create activity fe...