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Even the errors are happy making

This has got to be my favorite RoR error message: 1) Error: test_truth(Admin::EscalationMgt::EscalationViewsControllerTest): ArgumentError: Admin::EscalationMgt is not missing constant EscalationViewsController! Only in Rails would the fact that you are trying to use a constant that does exist be an error.

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DrySQL: Not All I Had Hoped

I happened upon DrySQL the other day and I was immediately interested. DrySQL is an add-on to the standard ActiveRecord support in Rails that uses a lot more of the meta-data in the database to generated the model classes. The standard ActiveRecord classes basically just use the column names to create accessor and modifier methods

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Tonic — A RESTful Web Application Framework

TonicVia [Sam Buchanan](http://afongen.com/blog/) is a very promising RESTful web application framework for PHP. If you are doing web development in PHP I definitely suggest you take a closer look. I am always interested in how RESTful behaviors are implemented, regardless of the language and environment used so I went and had a little peek at

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Tag: Rails

Tag: Rails

Tag: Rails