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Issue 220 — November 6, 2014
DwellableTrends
An interesting look at how Rubyists are currently choosing to rapidly develop webapps by analyzing the Gemfiles used during the Rails Rumble. CoffeeScript and Sass are big winners, with Postgres jumping up due to Heroku’s involvement.


Fernando Villalobos
A look at two popular JavaScript frameworks from the context of using them to interact with a Rails powered backend.


Justin Weiss
A shortcut around littering all of your Rails app’s controller actions with respond_to blocks.


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Rubinius
The alternative Ruby implementation picks up various Ruby 2.1 improvements, along with keyword arguments.


Peter Wagenet
He never got to the bottom of the problem (which disappeared on its own) but Peter shares some useful tips in this memory leak hunting story.


Maxwell Anselm


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