12 Aug '12, 2pm

@railscasts Sometimes FM is the good fallback position. Glad I finally watched this RailsCast (2 yrs later!)

This line is added by default in a new Rails 3 application. It’s easy to forget to add filtering into an application so it’s a nice feature to have installed by default. It will of course only filter password parameters as it stands and will need to be altered if other parameters such as credit card numbers need filtering too.

Full article: http://railscasts.com/episodes/224-controllers-in-rails-3...

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rubygems.org 13 Aug '12, 7pm

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@bnlson I just watched Episode #298 Getting Sta...

railscasts.com 11 Aug '12, 7pm

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あとで読む / “#347 Rubber and Amazon EC2 - RailsCasts”

あとで読む / “#347 Rubber and Amazon EC2 - RailsCasts”

railscasts.com 12 Aug '12, 5pm

The next thing we need to do is set up a key pair. The default name for this is gsg-keypair , but we can call it anything ...