user can provide feedback for each page, a very web 2.0 feature for users to give feedback on every page of the application,
be it bug reporting, requirement specifications, and feedbacks, this also captures the context and user info helping the developers and managers to get a comprehensive info about the needs.
code and fix for http://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/9472
logging all actions for profiling purposes and tracking. this info helps us plan the application lifecycle in terms of where optimisation is required. popular features. and comparing output between different users, different times etc.
RailsFactory Code Generation Tools.
RailsFactory is one of the largest Rails Consultancy in India, and we have worked on over 15 projects. this tool is outcome of the learning in those projects.
vote for us
Bazaar still uses Rails 1.1.6 and not edge rails as some of you have assumedcategory:RailsRumble, tags:RailsRumble
Some of you already know.
We have participated in RailsRumble, Ruby on rails competition which was held on 8th and 9th September, and we have done a good job.
our project is called Bazaar, an Ecommerce Application
Bazaar means Shopping Area(aka Mall).
It is a online shopping site with shopping cart, product/inventory management, and other related activities.
winners will be chosen from most/top voted application
please visit and vote for my project here
voting requires a small registration form to be filled
we are curently in top5 your vote can make a difference
you can also ask your friends to vote if it is good enough,
total participants 92 from around the world, we are one of the 2 participant teams from India
If we win or make it into top3 we will make this Application Open Source, and will continue developing it to make it the preferred ecommerce application in Ruby on Rails
four things which I have been thinking for a long time, but tried now
I am in Singapore
have bought a Canon TX1
downloaded and tested safari on windows
downloaded Jrubycategory:general, tags:singapore
I have been working on Nthid, it is a cutting edge social networking and communication application developed in ruby on rails.
yesterday we launched our alpha release to Friends and Family.
site is available at http://www.nthid.com
you can request a account for beta release from http://teaser.socapps.com if you have not done yet
our initial goal is to be 10x better than our competitors
I am the Engineering Head for Nthid project. Conceptualisation and fine grained inputs were from management(Srini, ttb, gaurab), my task was to model the business logic and get it working.
category:rails, tags:nthid, rails
I am the one who will read all your feedbacks and bug reports.
my nthid primary account is Senthil , join me for a exciting journey
I have been investigating EC2 for over 2 months now.
after many years I am doing R&D and installations on linux.
we are seriously considering EC2/S3 for scaling for our startup.
have tested with following stacks
Ruby on rails
there are still some peices missing in this jigsaw puzzle, hope amazon fixes those in time for our public launch
my expectation includes
1) dedicated IP address
2) persistent storage
3) scalable DB solution(what if server crashes, I should not lose data)
4) support for load balancers
will update this article with additional informationcategory:Amazon EC2, tags:ec2, s3, scalability, rails, startups
Here is what my friend Dinesh, sent me just today.
We have been friends for over 3 years now, and we would discuss issues, ideas and other things. We would have brainstormed about over 50 concepts for startup we wanted to build.
things have changed a bit, we still discuss projects . but now I work for a startup, and Dinesh manages a Ruby on Rails, development firm. hope of some of our ideas would come out as viable projects in 2007.
"Below are the lines of Manirathnam about his movie Guru. This reflects most of our conversation about various products or projects... :)" When did the basic spark about this character come to you? Most ideas remain inside you for a while. You tell somebody when there is a spark or a thought, and leave it at that. You come back later, write down a few lines. I makes note in my mind on whether it can be made into a film or not. After a while, you take it again and structure it in three or four pages and see whether it becomes a story, and whether you can define the characters a little more. Then you may do something else, and come back after 6 months or one year to see whether it still makes sense to you. Only when things fall into place do you make a film. The gestation period could be something like 3 years.
When did the basic spark about this character come to you?
Most ideas remain inside you for a while. You tell somebody when there is a spark or a thought, and leave it at that. You come back later, write down a few lines. I makes note in my mind on whether it can be made into a film or not. After a while, you take it again and structure it in three or four pages and see whether it becomes a story, and whether you can define the characters a little more. Then you may do something else, and come back after 6 months or one year to see whether it still makes sense to you. Only when things fall into place do you make a film. The gestation period could be something like 3 years.
I got too busy with my existing projects.
have become less active in rails/ruby groups and also my blog. have been learning few new things, but most of those were specific to the project.
after 2-3 months I am starting back with new stuff. I have just started out with ActiveResources.
will be updating this entry with code and samples as I go along
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I have started up my company. We are offering development and consultancy in Ruby on Rails.
We have a new office, 3 fulltime developers, 3 part-time developers, and many rails projects.
for all your Rails needs, you can contact us.category:railsfactory, tags:ruby on rails, consultancy, development,
My public FTP request is still pending with my friend in the meantime please use
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if you can offer mirroring please mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
your votes will encourage me, please do vote
you can give your feedback, requests, bug submissions on our forum
If you cannot download from rapidshare, and cant wait for public FTP, I can fedex you the distribution(I cant do that for free, please mail me will give you rates)
will setup a paypal donation button for users interested in sponsoring this project
category:rails appliance, tags:rails appliance, download link, rapidshare, ftp
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