Production Notes: making an iPhone Video in the Field – David Smith, Independent iOS Developer:
What I have found is that it is essential that the audio be recorded directly into the iPhone. While external recorders can be later synced up in Final Cut, this process is super cumbersome and means that you can’t easily check your footage in the field. It is also essential to have some kind of wind/weather screen on your microphone, otherwise you will constantly be ending up with unusable shots where all you hear is wind noise.
Run multiple Rails apps with Puma-dev:
Puma-dev presents a better way
By running a background process to manage all the Rails apps, starting them, and shutting them down when idle, we can avoid the tedium of managing multiple Rails servers in multiple terminal windows. We also get:
So instead of http://localhost:3000 and http://localhost:3001 we get https://web.test and https://auth.test (or whatever name we like).
Here’s how you can use it.