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Episode #245 - February 10, 2012

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This episode we bootstrap your forms, stop unwanted browsers, give you a new mailview, deploy with a buildpack, introduce activeattr, and do some ruby trick shots.

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  • bootstrap_forms
  • Buildpacks
  • ActiveAttr
  • Ruby Trick Shots
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