As mentioned in part 1 and part 2 of this series on Ruby's EventMachine, Thin is where most folks encounter EventMachine for the first time, even if they do not realize it. EventMachine is at the core of Thin and allows for the high concurrency that Thin provides to your Rails application. In this post I will look at Thin's usage of EventMachine.
Membase's TCP interface is identical Memcached, so migrating your existing code-base will not be an issue at all.
Here is how you can embed an image in HTML inline. This is similar to how you embed an image in a HTML email message.
This is a common theme I've heard in many of the books I've read. Although, in the books I've read, this pearl of wisdom is phrased a little differently. The way to build a successful business is to help as many people as you can. Apparently, the cash will follow, if you concentrate on the helping part. The number of people you help is also important. The more people you help, the better. For instance, Facebook helps 250 million people per day, whereas Google only helps around 90 million people per day. Helping all those people has become very profitable for these two companies and many more. It's all about changing the focus from how do I make money to how do I help more people.
In previous projects at MailChannels I have used Flot.js for graphing. There were many reasons I chose this originally. The graphs are interactive and can be