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Episode #69 - April 20, 2010

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Can Caike CanCan? Find out in his first episode hosting Ruby5, where we talk about Beetle, CodeRetreat, KeyMaster, state_machine, Steak, and Drift while doing the CanCan.

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  • Beetle
  • CodeRetreat
  • KeyMaster
  • state_machine
  • Steak
  • CanCan
  • Ruby5

CanCan 1.1 Jump to Story

Ryan Bates just released version 1.1 of CanCan, his authorization and permission library that allows you to restrict what your users can do throughout your application. 1.1 brings several new improvements including an improved syntax for restricting access and the ability construct queries which limit the results to only items the current user has access to.

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