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Monthly Archives: December 2010

An Alternative to the Facebook Registration Tool


With the of the Facebook registration tool, there’s no doubt that you, the intrepid Rails developer, will be looking into it as a possible means of new user signup, either by choice or by client request. My preference has always been to limit an app’s dependence on Facebook as much as possible. I guess it’s a holdover from my hardcore OSS zealot days, or something — though I never had a hacker beard, I can’t help feeling there’s something inherently evil about Facebook (apart from their love affair with PHP ;)). Anyway, I recently implemented something very much like this feature using Devise and OmniAuth, so I thought I’d share.
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Dec 21, 2010

Announcing Figment!


Hey all. I’d like to take a quick break from our regularly scheduled programming to announce the launch of a site that and I have been working hard on for a great client: Figment. Technically, this is a couple of days late — they launched on Monday but we’ve been busy tuning these past couple of days. About the site…
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Dec 8, 2010