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Episode #42 - January 15, 2010

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Nezumi, Churn, and Reservation are all covered in this episode. We also take a look at loading images in MacRuby and combining GeoKit and SearchLogic.

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  • Heroku
  • Nezumi
  • Churn
  • MacRuby Tutorials
  • Reservation Calendar
  • Geokit + SearchLogic
  • Ruby5

Reservation Calendar Jump to Story

Time and scheduling is one of the most difficult things to pull off, for both coders and designers. Fortunately, Mike Gehard has released a Rails plugin called Reservation Calendar. It builds upon the Event Calendar plugin, and adds some cool new features. Reservation Calendar adds the ability to create non-contiguous dates for events.

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