Mike Clark has a great script to automatically deploy your Ruby on Rails
application to a test server whenever someone commits a change to the
I’m just starting to use svn for my projects, I’m going to have to try
You can read the article yourself here.
Here’s a collection of links useful to web developers and designers:
A website that lets you search for domains that have
recently expired, by keyword.
The title says it all. Lots of good CSS
tips for non-designers
A good set of tips here, particularly
for those of us who aren't blessed with the gift of design sense.
There's an awful lot of good stuff on
web service has been available for a few short hours, and already
O’Reilly has started using it on their
Blog. They’ve devised a nifty way of tying together content on their
public backpack pages, with the Amazon API in order to produce their
page. This reminds me a lot of shell scripting on a *nix system, tying
together applications to build something new.
Very cool stuff.
Obie Fernandez of ThoughtWorks put together a great presentation on Ruby
on Rails for the Agile Atlanta group. It does a good job of covering all
of the things that make Rails great.
See for yourself
(via Curt Hibbs post to the rails mailing list)