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Episode #51 - February 16, 2010

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XRefresh, Core Data with Rails, and the Harbor Framework are on this episode of Ruby5. Also, we touch on Ripple, HolyGrail, and monitoring Delayed Job with Bluepill.

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Ken Collins posted slices from his recent Hampton Roads Ruby Users Group presentation on synchronizing Core Data with Rails. He walks through building a real-world, native iPhone application and integrating it with a Rails 3.0.0 Beta web application. There are tonnes of great code snippets, insights, and pretty darn humorous graphics, as well.

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