13 Aug '12, 9pm

Ephemeral, an ORM for non-persisted objects

brings ORM-like functionality to non-persisted objects. The anticipated use case is for an application that consumes an API and materializes one or more collections of objects from a JSON response or XML response. This release brings one-to-many relationships and chainable scopes for your in-memory objects.

Full article: http://www.rubyflow.com/items/8062-ephemeral-an-orm-for-n...

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