Tokaido 1.0 Shipped at RailsConf
Just wanted to let everyone know that Tokaido 1.0 shipped at RailsConf!
You can check out the release on Github and we're hard at work on more improvements and... Read more
Portland Move and Ruby Update
As you may have heard, I've moved to Portland! Updates will probably be slightly lighter for the next few weeks as I move my stuff in, but I'm still finding... Read more
It's finally here!
You can get the first prerelease of Tokaido on its Github Releases page.
There's still a lot more work to be done, so please read the release... Read more
Brand New Rails App
One of the primary use-cases for Tokaido has always been to enable new developers and trainees to get going with Rails quickly with little hassle.
Today, I ran through the... Read more
Today, I got Discourse booted on a completely fresh OSX VM using Tokaido. I followed these steps.
First, install stuff:
- Drag the Postgres.app beta into Applications
- Drag Tokaido into Applications
- Install the... Read more
Postgres.app Beta Works!
After posting the previous update, I discovered that the beta of Postgres.app solves the issue with `@executable_path`!
Which means I'm down to a few issues:
- A regression in the built... Read more
Running Discourse: The Benchmark
When I first announced Tokaido, I said that I wanted it to be something that I would want to use for my own apps. As I've gotten closer to shipping, I've... Read more
Nightlies to Begin
I hope you enjoyed your backer gifts :)
I'm happy to report that this week, working with Austin Bales (the designer of Tokaido UI), I was able to... Read more
Tokaido Development Server Update and Demo (with Video!)
In September, I posted some early comps by Austin Bales of the application chooser screen in Tokaido.
We've already implemented the bulk of the application chooser in the code available... Read more
I'm Still Here!
Tokaido is still coming.
It's taken longer than I expected, but I've been wrapping up the requirements for the MVP over the past few weeks and hope to integrate the... Read more
Two Big Sponsors and the Project's Name
In my last update, I talked about why I chose the isolated environment architecture instead of trying to solve the problem by scripting a system installation.
Today, I'm... Read more
More on the Philosophy of Isolated Environments
I alluded to this in the original kickstarter description, but I wanted to say a bit about one of the major design goals of this project: an isolated environment.
Reducing... Read more
In under 48 hours, the Ruby community, true to form, has met the funding goal for my project's initial scope. This means that I will be able to dedicate enough... Read more