What a great September for Ruby On Rails. The news just kept showing every day. The buzz is just getting bigger and bigger. Supported by a fascinating community, Ruby On Rails just doesn't slows down. The green arrow is pointing up ever since it's launch. New blogs, studies and resources, tutorials or software, advanced or nerd stuff, lists of lists and many more. Gathered in this list, a programmer's roundup featuring the best Ruby On Rails (RoR) resources of September.
"Rails Envy is more than just a blog about Ruby and Rails."
"Learning Ruby - Best Ruby Guide, Ruby Tutorial"
"RubyOSA provides a bridge from Ruby to the Apple Event Manager"
"Everyone thinks they write good code. Self-delusion is a powerful thing so you need to use metrics to take a hard look at your code."
"A list of the best Rails resources the Web has to offer."
""Ruby on Rails is an elegant, compact and fun way to build web applications. Unfortunately, many gotchas await the new programmer."
"All the code you need to grab RSS feeds and display them on your site."
"This is a summary of many of the usually-abstract ideas that go through my head when I’m creating APIs that wrap other APIs."
"Sometimes nothin' can be a real cool hand"
"A super top with the best blogs related to ruby on rails."
"The purpose of this article is to demystify writing plugins using examples of common patterns used by popular plugins."
"Both Ruby, Rails, and their underlying infrastructure have come a long way in recent months, and this article will get you to a leaner, meaner Rails install in less time using fewer steps."
"Who knew about modules before Ruby was invented? "
"All those who are interested in writing a computer game but have absolutely no idea of how to go about might find some information here."
"Ruby gives you the power to express more in less words - conciseness of syntax, along with great metaprogramming abilities leads to the expressivity that Ruby offers."
"Radiant is a no-fluff, open source content management system designed for small teams."
"Short Ruby on Rails screencasts containing tips tricks and tutorials. Great for both novice and experienced programmers"
"If you're developing Web applications in Ruby and are concerned about system scalability, you may find this post useful."
"Simple and effective. Ruby syntax"
"Flog shows you the most torturous code you wrote. The more painful the code, the higher the score."
"5 Things a Ruby developer needs to know about Scala"
"Cocoa is an application framework for writing applications on OS X. "
"The UnitRecord gem enables Rails unit tests to run without hitting the database. "
"Fibers were recently in the Ruby 1 9 branch The Coroutine like concept has many uses such as implementing lightweight concurrency and others We look at the concept and influences of Fibers in Ruby 1 9 as well as code samples"
"Confreaks: Ruby Hoedown 2007"
"In an interview Ruby on Rails creator David Heinemeier Hansson discusses future developments and goals for his framework"
"A very simple programming tutorial about Ruby On Rails"
Scrapin’ Google in no sec - a Simple to Learn and Use, yet Powerful Web Scraping Toolkit Written in Ruby"
"Cool ideas revolving around computers and programming"
"Seesaw allows you to perform a rolling restart of your mongrel cluster without dropping a single request."
" Free Ruby Lessons are open to anyone who wants to get involved."
"This article is the second in the Ruby x Agile series a set of six short videos exploring the relationship between Ruby and Agile methodologies featuring Ruby creator Yukihiro Matsumoto"
"Superators are a superset of Ruby operators. And they’re pretty super too."
"A demonstration on how to implement behavior driven development using Ruby as the implementation framework"
"This package's intention is to remain small while being a Universal Binary that serves everything to deploy Ruby Applications on OSX Machines"
"RM-Install is a free, multi-platform, enterprise-class Ruby on Rails stack "
"This book is a tutorial and reference for the Ruby programming language."
"Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby"