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Episode #354

March 19, 2013

Get some Inadequate Guids to Ruby and Rails Security, take a dip in the XPool, and turn Ruby into JavaScript on this episode of Ruby5.


Ruby as JavaScript

About a week or so back, Raúl Jara published Ruby as JavaScript, a post using the JavaScript ideas of Objects and Closures to show how Ruby somewhat misses the boat on protecting internal state. And, he provides examples detailing how to get Closure-like functionality in Ruby.

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