Category Archives: HAML

Converting A Range And A Value Into A Scaled Value, With A Nice Background Color

I’m working on a web app that receives HL7 formatted medical data through my import utility that I’ve talked about a lot, recently. Once I receive those results, I have to parse them out of the file and then display … Continue reading 

Also posted in Analysis and Design, Math, Rails, Ruby, SASS | Leave a comment

Using HAML, SASS, JQuery And JQuery-Templates To Build An ASync Search

In my previous post, I talked about setting up an API that let’s me search for insurance companies. My initial use of this is to create a search box on another page in the site and have JQuery call back … Continue reading 

Also posted in Async, JQuery, SASS | 3 Comments

Verifying Generated HTML With HAML, Cucumber, Capybara and RSpec

Several of the reports that the app that Joey and I are working on will be generated via HAML to be displayed in the app, for the users. The generated content will end up being HTML, but starts it’s life … Continue reading 

Also posted in Capybara, Cucumber, RSpec, Ruby, Test Automation, Testing | Leave a comment

The Ruby/Rails Life – My Rails 3 Stack – Part 1

As some of you might know, About a month ago I left my almost 10 year career as a Microsoft developer to become an independent Ruby/Rails developer (a term I’m deeming “pulling a Gunderloy”). It was long overdue for me … Continue reading 

Also posted in Branch-Per-Feature, Continuous Integration, Git, Management, Productivity, Quality, Source Control, Standardized Work, Subversion, Workflow | 16 Comments