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Apr 15, 2010 posted by Matt
April Ruby Roundup
It’s time for the April edition of the Ruby Roundup.
- Rails 3 beta 3 is out with a release candidate soon to follow.
- Heroku add Platform Stacks in preparation for Rails 3. Includes 3 versions of Ruby and two versions of Debian.
- The “enterprisey-ness” of Ruby/Rails became a hot topic again this month. Two best post are Rails and the Enterprise on the official Rails blog and Ruby Scales, AND It’s Fast – If You Do It Right! on the EngineYard blog.
- Padrino, a new Ruby framework, made a little splash this month when it defended it’s worth and usefulness. Sinatra lovers should definitely check it out.
- Titanium went 1.0 and is now up to 1.2 now with iPad support.
- Tangentially related, changes to the iPhone OS 4 SDK may make products like Titanium useless for the iPhone. There are a ton of links on this topic, so I just went with my favorite.
- Matt from Trabian mentioned Peepcode’s fuzzy finder which he said is vastly improved over the previous file opener. UPDATE: Tim Harvey tweeted a link to the actual download.
- Acts As Archival put out a bug fix release for some edge cases related to joins through associations. No API changes, everyone is encouraged to upgrade.
- Fastest Forward released chacha.me
- Tim Harvey release a cool app for filtering your Twitter stream
- Miles Sterrett decided to fight fascism with better text editing and put vimtweets.com out into the world. I think the name says it all.
- David Christiansen became famous on the 37Signals blog for knowing how to apologize when you make a mistake. Thanks to Eli for the contribution.