Monthly Archives: July 2013

On Rescue.js

Last October, myself and Conrad Irwin spent 48 hours (give or take a couple of starbucks runs) in my apartment for Rails Rumble 2012. The result was Rescue.js! In case you missed it, we created a Javascript error catcher: by … Continue reading

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Swap your Rails stack traces for a REPL

The Developer tools I really love are those that help me reduce the time that elapses between a bug occurring and a bug being fixed. One of the more obvious types of bug is a top-level¬†unhandled exception. The message “I’m … Continue reading

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Highly usable (but slightly crazy) CSS3 effects round-up

Over the last few weeks I’ve shared links to several small libraries, all of which have a coincidental theme running through them: they’re all simple ways to enhance usability by taking advantage of modern or cutting-edge browser capabilities. I wanted … Continue reading

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