I used to have a JIRA to Omnifocus Script which fell into disrepair for a bit.
It worked well, but as the Mac modernized itself it ended up with a lot of issues.
So I rewrote it by splitting it into a front-end (JIRA) and back-ends (the different task managers) for Yosemite and El Capitan. Now it’s called JIRA To Task Managers.
The one I use and support is JIRA and Things, which is the task manager I’ve been using lately.
Take a look and have fun!
This script logs into your JIRA and creates OmniFocus tasks for each of the JIRA items that are assigned to you, so they sync to your Omnifocus for iPhone, you only have to keep track of one inbox, etc. It only takes a tiny bit of setup.
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Yesterday a coworker pointed me to ruby’s appscript. I have found it nothing short of amazing.
I love my Mac, and many of us like the idea of automating our software, until we try to use AppleScript to do it. To say that Applescript is professional developer unfriendly is an understatement. I like ruby but to make ruby and applescript talk requires sending strings to osascript in just the right way and getting the output from osascript back. Not a lot of fun at all.
Enter appscript. Appscript is a ruby library that interfaces with applescript seamlessly.
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Over at Loud Thinking, David Hanson has a great explanation of how you can use the accept header with Rails 1.1.
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Here’s a helper I just wrote for a site of mine. I use it with my picasa XML albums to generate the appropriate links for Lokesh Dhakar’s lightbox image viewer trick. You can change it to use your own image views by simply changing the "slideshow" method in the helper.
It is also a good example of parsing an XML resource in ruby. I am parsing most of the metadata so you should be able to do a lot more with this.
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He añadido al curso de rails el capítulo práctico de pruebas de unidad, incluyendo el desarrollo basado en pruebas. Espero les guste, y les agradezco sus comentarios y apoyo a este proyecto.
He añadido el capítulo de Mapeo de objetos a relaciones al curso de Rails. Todavia faltan dos tipos de relaciones y la parte práctica, pero como el contenido es muy útil como referencia decidí añadirlo de una vez.
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