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Episode #339 - January 25th, 2013

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PartyFoul gem opens GitHub issues for Rails exceptions … GitHub code search improvements … Curly template language … Rails path matching with JavaScript … Twitter’s SecureHeaders gems … Custom RSpec example groups … punch and pie.

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  • Curly
  • JS Route Matching
  • SecureHeaders
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