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Episode #113 - September 21, 2010

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With Mountable Engines and the Terminitor we pull a gitswitch and try to Explain Ruby to Mongoids. It's an action packed episode of Ruby5.

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The Mountable Engines in Rails 3 Jump to Story

Piotr Sarnacki just recently finished up his Ruby Summer of Code project and posted an article on what he's completed. Simply put, he made Rails better. Specifically, he reworked Engines, rewriting them to work as isolated Rack applications, allowing you to define custom routes, middleware stacks, plugins and more. So now, you can ship entire portions of your application as modular components.

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