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Episode #144

January 25, 2011

Notify Me the first Time you Mongify Goo.gl, use AJAX, or Admin Delayed Job. Or, you could just listen to this episode of Ruby5.

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jQuery Address, Rails, and will_paginate

If you use a significant amount of AJAX in your application, it may be in your best interest to figure out how to use the browser's address bar to retain state. This helps with deep linking, bookmarking, and more. And, with HTML5's History API or jQuery's Address library, it's becoming trivial for supported browsers.

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