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Endless Pageless by Unspace

A Great paging pattern has been implemented by Unspace. The ‘Pageless Endless’ pattern uses Ajax to load the ‘next’ result page content at the bottom of the current (single) result page. Easy and s...

RoR-DB2/400 - Not There Yet

Breaking the silence - this was posted by “tprentis” on IBM forum for DB2 on Rails Toolkit I’m a recent convert to Ruby on Rails. My organization has several (over 50) iSeries machines on our W...

Royal Jordanian and the Guava

After boarding the Royal Jordanian (RJ) plane heading for Amman, and while waiting for the take-off we were asked by the stewardess to hand in all what we have of, not knives, not nail clippers, no...

Off to toot

I’m off to Amman, Jordan, to meet the team behind iToot.  We’ll be mostly talking RoR, the web, and whatever we’ll come up with. I first came to know itoot from their posting on jobs.rubynow where...

Drumroll

I arrived at Amman’s (Queen Alia’s airport) at 8:00 PM. George & Karim were waiting there with a sign carrying, not my name, but rather “Ruby on Rails” – all in red . As they haven’t seen me i...

Ugliest Thing

Following the wonderful post at svn for the “most beautiful thing”, I felt the urge to wander in the opposite direction. What’s the Ugliest thing you’ve seen lately ? Feel free to have multiple r...

Auto Tagging / Term Extraction

Remember the idea I once had? (as if I have dedicated reads :) .. Well, it’s resurfaced again. As I was reviewing itoot, I wanted to know what itoot bloggers are really talking about. So, another ...

The DD way

While talking to a good friend last night, we came up with a new DD acronym. Introducing the SDD or “Stability Driven Development” :) . Although, it was meant to funnily describe how some people re...

Starter Toolkit for DB2 on Rails

Finally, a progress in the DB2 – Rails front. the Starter Toolkit for DB2 on Rails has just been released. Although, we’re on a DB2 iSeries, the work required for a DB2/400 – Rails combination is ...

Ruby on Rails Presentation

Yesterday I presented Ruby on Rails for the first “real” time to a group of developers and interested minds. I think it went well. It was an introduction that covered a step-by-step for developing ...

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