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Episode #36 - December 18, 2009

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This week we look at Temping and Temple. We also learn some Statistics, check our health with Health Monitor, and we show you how to get Jekyll on Rack.

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  • Temple
  • rack-jekyll
  • Temping
  • Statistics
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Temping - Temporary ActiveRecord Models for Tests Jump to Story

The Temping gem offers an easy way to define an ActiveRecord model on the fly. You can specify the columns inline with any validations, associations, or custom methods you wanted to include in your temporary model. This is useful if you need ActiveRecord models for tests, but do not have them as concrete models in your application.

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