February 13, 2016
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Parsing XML with Hpricot, a Gem of a Ruby Gem
Take heart XML-weary Ruby developers, Ruby's powerful Hpricot library can parse and …

Dynamic Language Support in the .NET 4.0 Framework
The focus of this article will be on the dynamic language support (DLR) that will be …

Techniques to Pass and Read URL Parameters Using Rails
Many developers have a set of wrong ideas about Rails parameters. See how you can deal …

Geocoding with the Rails GeoKit Plugin
Learn how to geocode addresses using the GeoKit plugin, as well as calculate distances …

Adding Google Maps To Your Rails Applications
Web-based mapping solutions are in high demand these days. Learn how to take advantage of …

Consuming RSS Feeds with Ruby
Integrate your favorite RSS feeds into your web site by using Ruby's powerful RSS module.

Telling Time with Ruby
Walk through many of the immensely cool things you can do with Ruby's Time class.

Rails 2: The Top Five Features List
Rails 2.0 was released with great fanfare in early December. Get acquainted with some of …

Raking MySQL Over Rails
Rails' Active Record feature has been a boon for developers seeking to downplay their need …

Java vs Ruby: a Comparison of the Key Elements
Ruby is often compared to Java and is touted as an alternative to Java. Take a closer look …

Advanced Active Record Validations with Rails
Use Rails' Active Record validation callbacks to exercise greater control over user input.

Avoiding Data Corruption with Rails' Active Record Validations
Use Rails' Active Record validations feature to filter user input with ease.

Managing MySQL Table Relations with Rails' Active Record Association Types
Rails' Active Record association types make table relationship management a snap. Learn …

Nominations for Developer.com Product of the Year Begin October 15
Help Developer.com choose the best of the best for the upcoming year.

Manage Your MySQL Database with Rails' Migrations
Manage your MySQL database with incredible ease using Rails' migrations feature.

JRuby on Rails with Nine Lives: Running a JRuby on Rails Application on Tomcat
See how easy it is to get your Rails application running on Tomcat with JRuby!

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