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Evan Light blogs about code coupling problems when using accepts_nested_attributes_for, and how his new "redtape" gem utilizes the Form Object pattern to allow UI to vary independently from model.
Bryan Helmkamp shares 7 patterns for slimming down your bloated ActiveRecord models.
James Coglan shares a gist modeling how Ruby inheritance and method lookup works.
Follow along as some pretty bright folks in the Ruby community hash out the good bad and ugly about Refinements, the new Ruby 2.0 language feature.
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Ruby 2.0.0-preview1is out and available on RVM, rbenv and Heroku, Rubinius 2.0-rc1, a new Ruby shootout is out, Sandy powers open source, and local environment variables are demystified.
All about mocks, the end of ActiveRecord::Model, exceptionally handsome dashboards, getting Neat with Bourbon and SASS, hacking through the hurricane, cache digests, putting your gems in box, and Rake 10.0 in this episode of Ruby5.
Passenger 4 beta, new Rails 4 features, some great Ruby learning resources and more!
A bunch of big project releases this week from JRuby, Redis, Git, and more. We also point you to a few useful gems like Sassquatch and Literate Randomizer, look at a teardown of the Rumble projects, and show you how your website can be a proud hipster on this edition of Ruby5.
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