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Episode #226

November 29, 2011

Practicing Ruby Journal freebies, Resque-retry, unobtrusive link_to deletions, testing responsive layouts, ending autoload, and moxy. All covered today, no sugar added.

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Resque-retry

If you're using Resque for background jobs and need advanced functionality revolving around when jobs are retried, this is where resque-retry comes in, by Luke Antins. You'll get things like a redis backed retry count and limit, retry for only specific exceptions, a web tab for looking deeper into your retries, as well as delay and exponential back off support.

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