NOV 04 Update: demo app now available there . Sexy charts BDD style presentation at the SDRuby group to be posted soon on video podcast Last time , in our series, we saw how to add quickly and simply add Ajax pagination .
Posted by Maggie on 04/02/2009 Topics: css jQuery
Dev mojo After reading the great posts by Geoffrey “PeepCode” Grosenbach and Manfred Stienstra about using Phusion Passenger for development I had to give it a try. My doctor she’d never heard of mod_rails but gave me antibiotics for it just in case. After little bit of setup I can say I am much happier with this dev rig than the old ‘script/server’ style. Just open a browser and the app is just waiting to serve you. Nice and agile or something.
Assuming you have followed this article and have installed Nginx via the Aptitude package manager, we can now have a look at what the install, um, installed. If you have used Apache with a debian based layout, you will note some very nice similarities and consistencies. Looksee Let's start by moving to the Nginx directory and listing what is there. cd /etc/nginx ls
Revised 16Nov2007 This page describes a method for installing RMagick, ImageMagick, and the delegate libraries used by ImageMagick. I developed this procedure using a clean install of OS X 10.5 (Leopard) on a PowerPC PowerBook G4, but the procedure should be the same for Tiger and Intel Macs.
A tutorial Introduction RVG (Ruby Vector Graphics) is a facade for RMagick's Draw class that supplies a drawing API based on the Scalable Vector Graphics W3C recommendation. RVG is a scalable vector drawing library. Scalable means that drawings are not fixed to a single size in pixels. The same drawing can be rendered for a screen display or for printing.