02 May '12, 1pm

Rails Dispatch | Presented by Engine Yard:

Next week, we’ll finish up generators by covering overriding default Rails generators like controller or scaffold. Next, we’ll cover the new ActionController API , which makes it dead-easy to implement components in Rails, like the cells plugin. Finally, we’ll show how you can hook non-Active Record models into Action Pack with all of the tight integration you’ve come to expect from Rails. We won’t have a video this week, but next week I’ll be showing off some of the best plugins that have taken advantage of all of this infrastructure.

Full article: http://www.railsdispatch.com/

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