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Episode #366 - May 3rd, 2013

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News from RailsConf, Rails 4.0rc1, and our usual selection of interesting gems and articles from the Ruby Community.

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XRAY-RAILS Jump to Story

XRAY-RAILS is a new development tool that reveals your UI’s bones. it lets you visualize the higher level components of your UI including Controllers, templates, partials and even Backbone views.

It draws shiny red rectangles around the different sections of the page revealing which views or partials generated it. it already supports rails views, partials and backbone views

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