An email roundup of Ruby News and Articles from India.

RubyIndia Issue#3

RubyIndia brings curated content from and for the Indian Ruby Community and friends. It aims to be a crowd sourced content aggregation of Articles, Blogs, Projects, Products, Highlights, News, and all things interesting, from the community.

Editor's Note

It has been exciting time for the team. We have been helping DeccanRubyConf this past week. The Call for Proposals is open upto 5 June. The ticket sale has also started. Book your tickets as early as possible because they are selling fast.
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Bower and Rails
What is Bower? Should i know it as Rails developer? Should i care? Siddhartha tries to tackle these questions in this post with integrating bower in a Rails 4 app.
Implementing Rails APIs like a professional
Today, a web-portal that does not support APIs is not even considered a web portal! Jiren talks about how to use Rails to build a solid API. He discusses API keys, versioning, authentication. Watch out for his next post about API throttling.
Getting Rails Test Suite Running on JRuby
Upto last year, Rails internal tests were running only on MRI. Gaurish had created Issue #11700 for getting tests to run on JRuby. Now tests run on JRuby but most of them fail. In this articles he talks about how to run Rails tests on JRuby and how to fix them one by one.
OpenHack @ Multunus [Pizza + Coke = Code!]
A whole day spent eating pizza, drinking coke and writing code – every programmer’s dream come true, ain’t it? Read more about OpenHack here.
Now Open (CFP)
CFP’s for DeccanRubyConf and RubyKaigi are now open. Submit your talks soon.