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Tag Archives: views
Designing HTML views is an iterative, interactive process by nature. And anything that slows down the iterations, slows down development. I was working on a form recently where the steps to show it went something like this: Go to the … Continue reading
A quick guide to getting up and running with the Erector templating library. EDIT: Here’s the fork and branch I used to get it working.
decent_exposure helps you program to an interface, rather than an implementation in your Rails controllers. Sharing state via instance variables in controllers promotes close coupling with views. decent_exposure gives you a declarative manner of exposing an interface to the state … Continue reading