High Voltage is a Rails engine for static pages.
Dotfiles are a set of Vim, zsh, git, and tmux configuration files.
You can do some awesome git things in Vim thanks to
:Gblamefor interactive vertical split with git blame output.
:Ggrepto search the work tree (or any arbitrary commit) with git grep.
:Glogto load all previous revisions of a file into the quickfix list so you can iterate over them and watch the file evolve.
:Gbrowseto open the current file on GitHub, with optional line range (try it in visual mode) .
You can safely ignore certain files in git repositories machine-wide thanks to Dan in 0060e0a.
You also now have a clear strategy for managing files with personal information
~/.gitconfig in a shared dotfiles repo thanks to Joe and Dan in
Bourbon is a lightweight mixin library for Sass.
Suspenders is aCLIfor creating Rails apps with thoughtbot defaults.
The validity of your factories will always be tested first thanks to Dan in 52444eb.
Your Ruby version will be determined by your Gemfile thanks to Dan in 389ceda.
You will bundle using binstubs and the 37signals’
bin/stubs directory convention thanks to Dan in 4b7e40a.
You can format time through localization thanks to Dan in fbf3fcd.
You can use these new features in Suspenders version 1.1.5.
Paul Revere is a library for “one off” announcements in Rails apps.
Looking for FactoryGirl? The library was renamed in 2017. ↩