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Episode #275 - May 25th, 2012

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The Objectify framework, use rake everywhere, big news from JRuby, some Rails console tips, Jasmine testing knowledge and finally, never get lost again thanks to Sextant.

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Objectify Framework Jump to Story

The new Objectify framework splits Rails controller functionality into Policies, Services, and Responders. This helps make code easier to test, and allows for reuse of these smaller chunks of functionality.

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