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Episode #396 - August 20th, 2013

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Rails 4.1 feature call, Bundler local paths, multi-table full text search in Postgres, handy predicates, strong parameters by example, merged docs for Ruby 2.0 & Rails 4.0 and Rails API testing best practices.

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  • Strong Params by Example
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  • Rails API Testing Best Practices
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Bundler Local Paths Jump to Story

It can be a pain to develop a gem locally since you need to modify the Gemfile of whatever application you’re working with to point to a local path on your machine instead of RubyGems or a Git repo. Thanks to Ryan Bigg and Phil Arndt I discovered that you can override which source Bundler uses to fetch a specific gem listed in your Gemfile by using the command: bundle config local. and passing to it the path to the directory that contains your development copy of the gem.

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