11 Apr '13, 6pm

@pwgustafson there’s this on handling exceptions. There are other ways to do it now though.

When an exception is raised in development you get the full error along with the stack trace. In production, only a simple message is displayed. Learn why this is and how to customize the handling of exceptions.

Full article: http://railscasts.com/episodes/53-handling-exceptions

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