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Episode #51

February 16, 2010

XRefresh, Core Data with Rails, and the Harbor Framework are on this episode of Ruby5. Also, we touch on Ripple, HolyGrail, and monitoring Delayed Job with Bluepill.

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Harbor Framework

Harbor Framework is a new Ruby web framework founded on the principles of composition, testability, and consistency, produced by the team at Wieck Labs. It is similar to Rails in several conceptual ways, but unlike current versions of Rails, it allows multiple applications (or "ports") to run simultaneously in a single process. There's good documentation and a getting started script you can follow over on the site.

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