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Episode #329 - December 11th, 2012

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This week we talk about a slew of new things coming in Rails 4, link_to_action and better_errors.

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Standard Rails error pages are a bore and not very easy to digest for beginners, this new gem by Charlie Somerville adds some nice styling to them, allows you to jump from the call stack to the source code of the relevant files with syntax highlighting and it even offers an inline REPL (Read-Execute-Print-Loop) to use as a debug console when things go wrong.

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