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Episode #172 - May 3, 2011

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Want an Informal way to Thread Ruby? Maybe you're Tired or need an asset_hash? Well, Code with Me, Mendicant Supporters! KidsRuby and RubyRescue must_be on this episode of Ruby5.

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Make any Ruby object Rails 3 compatible with Informal Jump to Story

Josh Susser recently released Informal, a gem which allows you to easy make any Ruby object compatible with Rails 3 forms. The benefit here, is that you don't have to remember that you need ActiveModel::Naming, ActiveModel::Validations, and ActiveModel::Conversions, as well as a persisted? method, and more. You want to be ActiveModel::Lint-compliant, don't you?

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