It’s not often that we here at Highgroove Studios make mistakes (joke), but the Slingshot Hosting Application was broken for a few hours recently.
I added several new plans (based on our customer feedback), wrote tests to ensure that they worked, and then checked the code back into our repository so I could deploy:
All was great until one of our customers notified me of an error when trying to order one of these new plans!…
If you’re like me and have been putting off RESTful routing in Rails (in other words – the future), checkout Andre Lewis and his presentation on RESTful routes at Thursday’s Silicon Valley Ruby on Rails Meetup.
Andre is a great presenter and the author of Beginning Google Maps Applications with Rails and Ajax .…
When I released PagePacker a week ago, I thought it might be handy for a few people. (See the original post if you don’t know what I am talking about) Now that thousands of people (literally) have downloaded it and given me feedback, I’m quickly getting out a new version with:
Support for A4 paper (see the Preferences panel)
AppleScriptability (with a lot of help from Matt Neuburg)
You can now move, copy, and clear pages after you drop them
The catalog appears larger
You can use the up/down arrows to move through the catalog
I’m interested in how people are using PagePacker.…
I often wander around without a computer, so I needed a nice easy way to print important bits into little books of information that I could carry around in my pocket. Chad Adams figured out a brilliant technique of cutting and folding pieces of paper into little books and called it PocketMod.…