Contributor : Vinayan Ruby enterprise edition can be installed on the server using the following steps : $ wget http://rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/68719/ruby-enterprise-1.8.7-2010.01.tar.gz $ tar -zxvf ruby-enterprise-1.8.7-2010.01.tar.gz PS: Make sure that the patch is installed on the server. If it doesn’t exist then install it via yum. $ yum install patch $ ./ruby-enterprise-1.8.7-2010.01/installer Once the ruby enterprise edition […]
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Capistrano Deployment Capistrano is a tool used for automation of the application deployment process. Capistrano is mainly used for deploying rails apps. Changes made to the rails app can be easily transferred to the server using cap deploying. Capistrano can be configured with any version control system like SVN / GIT for deploying an app.
InstaCarma is the brand under which Carmatec IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd., the parent company of RailsCarma as well, provides technical support and server management services. InstaCarma is going to HostingCon 2010, the premier conference and trade show for the hosted services industry, to be held in Austin, Texas from July 19th-21st. We’ve purchased booth space
As of December 23, 2008, the Merb (Mongrel + Erb) project is being merged with Rails, and a version with the best features of both will be released in 2010 under the name Rails 3. Main additions in Rails 3.0 – Brand new router with an emphasis on RESTful declarations – New Action Mailer API
Testing is one of the important aspects of the final product. It could be either a web application or a desktop application. This is one of the best tools I have come across and it is user friendly too. Here at RailsCarma, we do test driven development and selenium is one of the key ingredients
Recently, I got to learn about HAML for supporting my Rails Application and I found out some very interesting facts which I wanted to share with you guys. The learning experience was excellent and now I want to make sure the sharing experience is excellent too. Hope you will catch it easily! Okay, so here
Behavior Driven Development describes a cycle of interactions with well defined outputs, resulting in the delivery of working, tested software that matters. With BDD, you create executable specifications, not tests. You want to look at what your code does, not the internals of how it does it. This method of development is mainly about visualizing
Deploying a rails application onto the servers is a complicated task when performed manually, since it needs us to login to the servers, upload the code from the local system every time and maintain the backup of the updates if we want to revert. The process consumes a lot of time and we need to
We have been working on a project that deals with server data where charts are worth a thousand words. I always get requests for various charts and in the past I’ve used Gruff to produce them. Gruff is a great library and the results look good too! However, recently I’ve have had more demanding requirements to provide more dynamic behaviour on the charts. Users wanted to be able to interact with the charts in various ways and drill down to gather more information.