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Episode #45 - January 26, 2010

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Looking back on the Rails 3 BugMash, we cover quite a few Rails 3-specific topics. We also talk about domain page caching, Prowl, and MockSMTP.

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  • New Relic RPM
  • Path to Rails 3
  • ARQI 3.0
  • Rails 3 BugMash
  • Upgrading
  • Domain Page Cache
  • MockSMTP
  • Ruby Prowl
  • Ruby5

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This is a commercial OS X app, but if your application is sending out email and you'd like to see exactly what it's doing, it could prove to be useful for you. It provides an email reader (raw and HTML format) as well as a local SMTP server which can be integrated with ActionMailer.

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