This week was a whirlwind of ajax and web sockets! The result was a simple app to send real-time greetings. I played with the css a bit over the weekend, when I found myself inexplicably awake. Here’s the result, if you want to see..
The most recent spambot to submit a comment had a bit of an issue with its parser before sending, so it sent the entire blob instead of the randomized string. The image is a screen grab of a small portion of the text, showing the arrays from which the bot was supposed to choose words. […]
See Michael Bleigh’s original post for details. But in the mean time, taking advantage of the regular expression method of the URI class lets you do this for validating URLs: class Web validates_format_of :website, :with => URI::regexp(%w(http https)) end
Super quick post… The error: Unable to autoload constant NameOfController, expected path/name_of_controller.rb to define it is due to the controller file missing the class declaration. Another note: Passing a collection to “render” will automatically iterate through the collection: