Tags / rails

Stack Level Too Deep with RSpec 2 and Webrat

I’m currently following along with the Ruby on Rails Tutorial, hoping to pick up some tips and improve my understanding of Rails 3. I recommend the tutorial, especially to people just learning Rails. For those with more experience, you’ll find certain aspects to be a bit elementary. However, I’m personally appreciating the [...]

Ruby on Rails 1.2 Released

Ruby on Rails 1.2 has been released! This is the latest version of the popular framework for building web applications. Coinciding with this release of Rails 1.2 is the release of Prototype 1.5. Prototype is the JavaScript framework that powers the rich functionality of many web applications.
Ruby on Rails dramatically altered the [...]

The Message Passing Web

Objective-C is hands-down my favorite programming language. Even though I was taught primarily C++ in college, and indeed spend most of my time coding in that language, I consider knowledge of Objective-C to have given me the most useful insights into software design and architecture.
My Objective-C leanings lead me to use Ruby as a [...]