On the heels of RailsConf Europe’s cancellation comes the call for papers for one of the viable alternatives, the RailsWayCon. It’s happening from May 25th to 27th in Berlin, so other than going to Scotland on Rails like yours truly, this is the conference to go to.
|The guys at [Y
|Factorial](http://www.yfactorial.com) put it in a lot of effort in a new framework for Cocoa which mimics the functionality of ActiveResource. It’s ingeniusly called ObjectiveResource, and acts as (having a worst Rails plugin names flashback while writing this) a bridge between your Cocoa (yes, that includes iPhone) applications and RESTful Rails applications.
I wanted to play the field of continuous integration tools a little bit more, so I finally gave Integrity a go. Its promise of being lightweight sure was tempting.
For a new project I wanted to try some new things, the moment just seemed right, so let me just give you a quick round-up.
Personally, I’m a big fan of Webistrano, a neat web app that sits on top of Capistrano, adds some nice features, and generally makes the deployment process a little bit easier.