This post is by Elad Meidar from A Developer with a pencil
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Yeah, i know i said bag’o’links will go out of service a few months ago and that i’m going to move it the Nautilus6 website, but overall there were few other things i had to do with Nautilus6 prior to that.. i’ll get to it when i can but it doesn’t mean i can’t re-post links does it?
Links and fun
- 25 points of usability checklist – Some points to follow when your UXing.
- W3’s guide to RTL supported web pages – yes, we’re a minority but we need support too 🙂
- Cross browser CSS guidelines – from smashing.
- Scaling with Hadoop – from sitepoint.
- Callbacks in Rails3 – slideshow.
- Useful CSS3 tools – timesaving.
- Cuking it right – writing maintainable acceptance tests.
- Beginning Erlang for ruby developers – slideshow.
Favorite RailsRumble Apps
Last weekend this year’s “RailsRumble” took place, of course i missed it but i did had a chance to peek in and choose some favs:
- RailsWizard – generate your own Rails template by a simple click/choose interface. i like it so far and anxious to see how far it goes.
- Caviar – charge your clients by results.
- Empower – build a development environment around your app, nice.
- FontStacks – generate CSS that contains awesome fonts (font-face).
- GitWrite – blogging for nerds, looks like a web supported Jekyll.. nice, i like it and waiting for some improvements and additions.
- webmock – Library for stubbing HTTP requests and setting expectations on HTTP requests in Ruby
- RailsERD – tool that extracts an ERD schema out of your models.
- Cool set of CSS3 buttons – nice.
- Backbone.js – MVC to your JS. wicked.
- 50 free CSS templates – some are really good looking.
- Formalize – CSS framework for forms.
- Updated list of Cheatsheets for developers – web developers that is.
- MVC in Mootools – an MVC framework that uses Mootools.
Last sad note
About 10 days ago we lost a friend. Fares Yussuf Donaldson (a.k.a invalidrecord on IRC) died.
We will miss you buddy.