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Episode #179 - May 31, 2011

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From Berlin we talk about including Javascript libraries Less.js and Backbone-rails with Rails 3.1, Refinery CMS 1.0, Legacy POW, Yard 0.7.0, Document Mapper, and finally Flying Sphinx on Heroku.

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In Rails 3.1 we can use Bundler not only to mange our ruby gem dependencies, but also our javascript dependencies. If you enjoy using the backbone javascript library in your application, check out the backbone-rails gem by Alexander Flatter. Same idea, bundling your javascript as a rubygem so you can version it.

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