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Episode #259 - March 30th, 2012

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Yehuda rises to the call with RailsApp, touching your web pages with hammer, two different ckeditor asset gems, teeny finite state machines with micromachine, diffbench, curator, and Jruby in the Google Summer of Code.

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  • New Relic
  • RailsApp
  • hammer.js
  • ckeditor-rails
  • ckeditor
  • micromachine
  • diffbench
  • curator
  • JRuby GSoC
  • Ruby5

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There are many finite state machine implementations for Ruby, and they all provide a nice DSL for declaring events, exceptions, callbacks, and all kinds of niceties in general. But if all you want is a finite state machine, look at Micromachine. Its only 22 lines of code and provides everything a finite state machine must have, and nothing more.

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