Category Archives: Bundler

Deploying A Thor Application With Vlad, From Github, Run As A Cron Job

The previous 4 blog posts, in combination with a few others, have basically been a series of posts all leading up to this one. If you read them all in the right order (and possibly a few of the links … Continue reading 

Also posted in Command Line, Deployment, Linux, Rake, Ruby, Thor, Vlad | Leave a comment

Using Mongo And Mongoid Without Rails

In my previous post on writing a thor application, I mentioned the use of mongo db and the mongoid document mapper, and how I am using these tools outside the context of a rails application. As I mentioned in that … Continue reading 

Also posted in Database, MongoDB, Ruby | 2 Comments

Vlad, RVM and Bundler sittin’ in a tree

(Thanks to Chad for nudging me to write this post :) Up until now, my only experience with deploying Rails or any other Ruby-based web application has been to use the “standard” Capistrano.  For the main Rails 3 application I’ve … Continue reading 

Also posted in .NET, Model-View-Controller, Productivity, Quality, Selenium, Test Automation | 11 Comments