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Angular on Rails via Databound [Part 1: Setting Up the Basics]

Lately, I’ve finished the awesome Angular.js course on Codeschool. Angular is a javascript framework that allows you to create your own html components customized with your desired behavior. Naturally, Angular’s magic takes place on the client side, working mostly with front-end. As a developer whose main area of interest is the applications’ ‘guts’, my immediate reaction was “How would one go about integrating Angular with Rails as easily as possible?” The answer came almost immediately in the form of this article. This article will be very similar, but shorter, and with a few differences – namely I’ll substitute Angular’s ng-resource with the Databound gem which gives your javascript access to rails variables – mainly because, well, I’m curious how it plays out.
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5 Sites That Will Help You Become a Better Rubyist

Programming isn’t only a matter of doing your job. I see it as a never-ending quest for self-improvement. You need to keep up with news not only about security issues, but also diverse concepts and new solutions, which help you to become better and better and understand more about what you do.
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Feedjira With Rails

In one of projects we have encounter a need to check updates from many blogs and download their entries. The first thought which came into my mind was to use feedjira and so did we. In this entry I would like to show how to use this gem.