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Episode #46 - January 29, 2010

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Classifier, ActionMailer in Rails 3, and ActsAsSolrReloaded are covered in this Friday episode. Also, we go over Dirty Associations and RVM. And finally, Nick and Jim say farewell to Ruby5.

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  • Heroku
  • Classifier
  • ActionMailer
  • ActsAsSolrReloaded
  • Dirty Associations
  • RVM
  • Farewell
  • Ruby5

ActsAsSolrReloaded - Solr on Rails Jump to Story

If you are going to do a full text index for your application, Apache's Solr project seems to be the most popular solution. Diego Carrion has decided to pick up the branch the acts_as_solr project under the name acts_as_solr_reloaded. it offers some features the original does not, including support for dynamic attributes, geo-location, support for acts_as_taggable_on highlighting and relevance ranking.

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