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Episode #107

August 31, 2010

Rails 3 has been released, memcached received a new Ruby library, and RubyDoc.info is in your RubyGems generating your YARD docs. Also, API versioning, extended trans...

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ar_after_transaction

If you're performing complex database logic in your application, then you (hopefully) know about transactions. And, if so, you know that there are occasions where you want to execute certain code if and when a transaction is successful. And, Michael Grosser decided to codify that sentiment with ar_after_transaction. It gives you an after_commit hook where you can write methods that should run only on complete, success.

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