Dec 09, 2014 · In summary, I recommend that namespaced classes always be defined using the standard method in both Ruby and Rails apps. The shortcut approach invites problems with constant lookup, extra namespace prefixes, NameErrors in Ruby, and unintentional class nesting.
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Each NYNY app is a Rack middleware, so it can be used inside of Sinatra, Rails, or any other Rack-based app. It uses Journey for routing (Rails' router), which makes its routing logic a lot more powerful and reliable that in most micro web frameworks. Usage. A NYNY app must always be in a class which inherits from NYNY::App: Dec 18, 2014 · This admin section lives off of the /admin path. It's a completely separate part of the website. For something like this, you can use what is called a namespace in Rails. This allows you to scope everything within this namespace separately. In our routes file, we'll define the admin namespace like so:
Jul 26, 2012 · As in my last attempt of moving things to a namespace my software broke. TIA, Dean -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Ruby on Rails: Talk" group. To post to this group, send email to [email protected] The name of the operation or span.name (examples: redis.command, pylons.request, rails.request, mysql.query). <METRIC>. The name of the metric (examples: duration, hits, span_count). <METRIC_2ND_PRIM_TAG>. If the metric name accounts for the second primary tag, this tag is part of the metric name.