Wrapping up Rails 3.2 and looking ahead to Rails 4.0.
(April 24, 2013)
Notes on using tests to learn about legacy software.
(April 16, 2013)
Notes from the field as bring a long-neglected Rails application up to speed.
(March 21, 2013)
The next round of updates to my introduction to testing in Rails is here!
(February 13, 2013)
Updates to the Rails testing toolkit I use in the book are on the way (or here already). Here's my plan for addressing these changes.
(November 14, 2012)
Don't make future developers (or future you) guess your application's dependencies. Tell Bundler how to load the right gems every time.
(September 11, 2012)
In the final part of this series, we'll create a fresh controller and views to manage an ActiveAdmin resource within our namespaced admin panel.
(August 19, 2012)
In part two of the series, we'll take a look at moving a scaffold-generated resource into our custom admin panel.
(August 07, 2012)
Anyone who's purchased my book should head over to Leanpub to download the latest version. Here's a list of what's new.
(August 03, 2012)
Add-ons like ActiveAdmin and RailsAdmin are both solid solutions for building feature-rich administration systems for Rails applications, but what if you want a more custom solution? In this series we'll cover the test-driven development of a namespaced admin solution built just for your application.
(July 31, 2012)