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Episode #40

January 8, 2010

Cramp, Validation Scopes, and Weary are covered in this Friday episode. We also talk about password security without SSL, Bonsai, and how to use Jekyll on Heroku.


Cramp, an asynchronous web framework

Pratik Naik wrote Cramp as a web framework to run on top of Event Machine. Because of it’s asynchronous nature it allows you to handle a lot of connections efficiently, even over a long period of time.

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