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capistrano deployment setup for php projects

Do you know these annoying situations where you have a little old PHP project, which was developed years ago and needs little updates from time to time. You don't like to install a ftp-server on your virtual server or any ftp client on your development machine and how was the scp-command again? I had exactly these situations every month again and again and always was to lazy to setup a real deployment-set for such cases. But now I have…

12.01.2015
Matthias Frick
PHP & MySQL, Ruby on Rails
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Ruby on Rails to boolean method

Today I discovered a very nice little gem, it´s called wannabe_bool and it is very useful. It handles cases where for example the string "true" is converted to a simple true boolean.

If string, integer, symbol and nil values wanna be a boolean value, they can with the new to_b method from wannabe_bool. Moreover, you can use WannabeBool::Attributes module to create predicate methods in your classes.

More about this very convenient script can…

13.12.2014
Matthias Frick
Ruby on Rails
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Online-Masterarbeit

So jetzt bin ich endlich dazugekommen und habe eine Online-Version meiner Masterarbeit fertig gestelt. Zu finden ist das Schmuckstück über meine Masterarbeit "Serviceorientierte Architektur am Beispiel JAMES" auf frickipedia.at

Viel Spaß beim Lesen! :-)

28.03.2014
Matthias Frick
Ruby on Rails
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Contact Form gem for Rails4 and Rails3.2

Today I had time to update my existing gem called contact_form, which is available on github.

It is now available for rails 4 and rails 3.2. Simple check out the old blogpost about this gem or the readme on github.

Feel free to open issuses or make a pull request, if something does not work the way you want.

UPDATE (10.09.2014):
The gem is now also compatible with rails 4.1.x

02.10.2013
Matthias Frick
Ruby on Rails
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