Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #project

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Guy basically says he doesn't want rigidness in the form of following 'agile' stuff, but then goes on to say Trello boards and cards have strict rules. Lulz. What a hipster. #agile #productivity #p0rn #trello #project #management #Software #development #hypocrisy #pub
Fog Creek's Trello development board. Good to look at. #example #project #management #trello #productivity #p0rn #stickies #boards #pub
kickoffapp.com
Switching from the monthly freemium model to just a one time paid app model. I assume they'll supplement this with some sort of monthly or in-app purchase charges? This really feels like another Things - beautiful app, hype when comes out, but abandonware or only bug fixes within a year of launch #productivity #p0rn #project #task #management #pub
"When you say that mechanize can't scrape dynamic content, you really mean that it's a little bit more work to figure out which ajax requests need to be made and make them. The other side of that is that once you do you generally get a nice json response that's easy to deal with. Mechanize is also much faster than a full browser solution so my opinion is that it's usually worth the extra work. As far as Node goes, there's potential and maybe once it's been around for a while some great libraries will become available, but I haven't seen anything yet that would make up for the ruby things I wiss miss." ##dynamic_screen_scraping #project #mechanize #ruby #ajax #javascript #screen_scraping #pub
"This project has a JavaScript, rather than Ruby API, although the browser instance can expose a web-server, allowing you to communicate with it from Ruby over HTTP." ##dynamic_screen_scraping #phantomjs #ruby #javascript #project #pub
"Poltergeist is a driver for Capybara. It allows you to run your Capybara tests on a headless WebKit browser, provided by PhantomJS." ##dynamic_screen_scraping #ruby #phantomjs #project #capybara #pub
"Using this gem, whenever a Capybara test in Cucumber, Rspec or Minitest fails, the HTML for the failed page and a screenshot (when using capybara-webkit, Selenium or poltergeist) is saved into $APPLICATION_ROOT/tmp/capybara. This is a huge help when trying to diagnose a problem in your failing steps as you can view the source code and potentially how the page looked at the time of the failure." _Can also have it run manually on demand_ ##dynamic_screen_scraping #screenshots #project #capybara #phantomjs #ruby #javascript #testing #@to_do #pub