- Mar 15 2010
On the previous post I wrote a few lines on the basic usage of the accepts_nested_attributes_for method in rails models. I strongly recommend reading that post before this one if you haven’t. Although there is a standard way for deleting items, there...
- Mar 3 2010
It’s been a while since the last time I wrote something here. I realize I’ve promised several posts which never got written, such as some experiments with bizarre random number generators, the architecture of the silverlight DynamicDeepZoom app we...
- Mar 3 2010
Rails makes it easy to build HTML forms associated to a certain model. Simply using the form_for instruction on the view, writing a simple update method in the controller and setting validation logic on the model, makes standard CRUD operations incredibly...
- Feb 22 2010
I just found out the difference between += and << when used for a string. irb(main):001:0> str=chan => "chan" irb(main):002:0> str.object_id => 69952758899780 irb(main):003:0> str +=ged => "changed" irb(main):004:0> str.object_id => 69952758848800...
- Feb 10 2010
I searched the internet for a gedit plugin that would allow me to press a key and jump (navigate) to the file where a ruby class is defined. I couldn't find one so I wrote one (I know about Geany but I couldn't find that functionality there either...
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