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Episode #383

July 2, 2013

One Liner Webservers, Controller Suggestions, Contracted Mocks, Building a Mocking Library, Rails 4 gem readiness, and Open Source Mappings all on this episode of Ruby5.

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Is my gem ready for Rails 4?

Francesco Rodríguez and Florent Guilleux teamed up to create ready4rails4.net where you can find out wether a gem is compatible with Rails 4 or not.

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