Busting JS Caches Better
Busting Chrome JS Cache when running Jasmine Fixtures
Chrome is cache Jasmine fixtures and Firefox is just too slow.
No great solution. Chrome typically runs tests so fast that just mashing the refresh until your test output changes seems to work for some.
Trajectory is a new product out by Thoughtbot which has been described as a cross between Tracker and Basecamp.
37Signals has come out with a native Mac app called POW. Here’s a snippet from the Readme:
Pow is a zero-configuration Rack server for Mac OS X. It makes developing Rails and Rack applications as frictionless as possible. You can install it in ten seconds and have your first app up and running in under a minute. No mucking around with /etc/hosts, no compiling Apache modules, no editing configuration files or installing preference panes. And running multiple apps with multiple versions of Ruby is trivial.
A fellow Pivot also mentioned that it makes running multiple apps on the same port, and having sub-domains easier.
There is an option in Firefox to remember the last opened tabs so when you return to your browser, it will restore your last viewed websites.
This has the unfortunate side-effect of not deleting cookies despite the opposing setting for deleting all cookies upon session exit.