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#368 MiniProfiler - RailsCasts
"MiniProfiler allows you to see the speed of a request conveniently on the page. It also shows the SQL queries performed and allows you to profile a specific block of code." Ooh, been looking for the latest version of something like this for a while.
performance  rails  ruby  profiling 
april 2013 by infovore
"The Bullet gem is designed to help you increase your application’s performance by reducing the number of queries it makes. It will watch your queries while you develop your application and notify you when you should add eager loading (N+1 queries), when you’re using eager loading that isn’t necessary and when you should use counter cache."
activerecord  optimization  performance  rails  ruby 
august 2012 by infovore
ruby-1.9.3-p125 cumulative performance patch. — Gist
"This script installs a patched version of ruby 1.9.3-p125 with patches to make ruby-debug work again (#47) and boot-time performance improvements (#66 and #68), and runtime performance improvements (#83 and #84). It also includes the new backported GC from ruby-trunk." Speed boosts for Ruby 1.9.3.
ruby  performance  patch  ruby193 
march 2012 by infovore
Building and Scaling a Startup on Rails: 12 Things We Learned the Hard Way - Axon Flux - A Ruby on Rails Blog
Some well-worn tales here, but also some good new ones, particularly when it comes to query-profiling and all forms of caching.
tips  ruby  performance  development  web  rails  scaling  deployment 
february 2009 by infovore
Scott Becker - AssetPackager – JavaScript and CSS Asset Compression for Production Rails Apps
Oh gosh, this looks good: dynamic merging/caching of js/css files in Rails, but in production only; your development environment continues to use the original files. Lovely. Now: does it work?
rails  javascript  CSS  plugin  ruby  rubyonrails  optimisation  performance  development 
july 2007 by infovore
Caching with Ruby on Rails
Mmn. Fragment caching. I knew I didn't want page/controller caching, was dreading this... and it all looks really rather doable. Sorted!
caching  scaling  performance  ruby  rails  rubyonrailes  cache 
june 2006 by infovore

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