Do you remember your first steps in Ruby on Rails? Can you recall your first line of code? For a while, let's go back to the good old days.
Lit stands for “Lost in translation” and it describes mountable Rails engine that helps you and your client with translating Rails applications. As most of our work is made for foreign clients, we know the pain of translating few thousand phrases. You can use YAML files and forward them to the client. Good luck with that - it only confuses people. That's why we've started looking for an easier way - web interface for managing I18n translations.
Let's celebrate the 21st anniversary of Ruby!
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We do love programming hackatons – we have some experience with Rails Rumble and now it seems that we know something about game programming as well. Last weekend Ludlum Dare 27 took place, with leading theme – “10 seconds”.
Today I struggled for a few hours with non-working FB.ui share dialog on facebook tab (so no authorization or whatsoever was required). The strange thing was that the script worked great in dev environment and refused to work in production.
Recently I was wondering if it’s really easy to create own processor / converter for CarrierWave.