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There's a relatively simple way to automatically reload code in a similar way Rails operate in the development environment when playing with the rails console.
The infamous index.html with the Welcome to Rails message is going away in Rails 4, replaced by a dynamic page which will be automatically overridden by a root route declaration.
In a recent commit to Rails 4, DDH renamed controller callbacks *_action instead of *_filter. The idea is to make it clearer that they're not limited to halting or transforming the response.
Yet another interesting addition to the upcoming Rails 4 beta, the not method allows to do exactly the opposite of a where method without having to use SQL syntax. Sadly, two methods for LIKE and UNLIKE didn't make the cut.
Listener Denis Peplin sent us a note about his link_to_action gem which helps DRY up your link helpers for common CRUD actions and make them easier to internationalize.
Standard Rails error pages are a bore and not very easy to digest for beginners, this new gem by Charlie Somerville adds some nice styling to them, allows you to jump from the call stack to the source code of the relevant files with syntax highlighting and it even offers an inline REPL (Read-Execute-Print-Loop) to use as a debug console when things go wrong.
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