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A look at how you can store API keys and other variables in the environment on different computers.
Techniques for installing Ruby and managing different versions between applications
A look into the files and folders inside every Rails application and how they fit together
A glimpse into the "magic" behind the params hash and the various ways it gets populated
Using instance variables we can send data between controllers and views and take a look at how that works
Use the merge method to prevent duplication of ActiveRecord scopes when you're querying across different models
A look at how to supercharge your debugging and solve errors faster than ever
Techniques for taking your database models and using attributes to generate pretty urls
A look into how pagination works from scratch and how to use will_paginate
Using Rails to upload files manually and how you can do it even cleaner using Carrierwave
A look into user accounts, registration, login, forgot your password, and more
Learn how to keep track of your database models and attributes with comments in your application
Advanced techniques on sending emails over SMTP with local views and Mandrill's API with remote templates
Understand how and why the version numbers work for the gems you commonly use
Learn how to easily disable the submit button and display a loading animation when a user submits the form
An advanced look into jQuery UJS and how to use callbacks to improve your UJS workflow and debugging
Dive into routing more deeply than just basic resources and writing routes from scratch
A look into the popular CanCanCan library to add authorization to your Rails app
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