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Episode #386 - July 16th, 2013

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This week we centralize deploys with Pulsar, decouple with Datamappify, SMTP with Mmailer, tag with Gutentag, plan for RSpec 3, undo with destroyed_at, and do Testing on Tuesdays.

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Pulsar Jump to Story

When it comes to complex deployment strategies with Ruby applications, capistrano has always been the tool of choice. This usually involves creating a Capfile which sits alongside your application. Matteo Latini let us know about a library by Nebulab called Pulsar. Pulsar is a deploy and configuration manager which allows you to run Capistrano tasks for your application from a separate repository where all your deployment configurations are stored. With Pulsar you can deploy without having the application you’re trying to deploy on your local machine.

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