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More on Virtual Attributes
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 31 Jul 09

Use a virtual attribute to implement a simple tagging feature. In this episode I show you how to assign virtual attributes through a callback instead of a setter method

Introducing ASP.NET MVC
Category: Web Development > Asp.net      Posted: 09 Mar 09

This screencast provides a quick introduction to ASP.NET MVC, showing you how to create a minimal MVC application, and then add a controller, a view, s...

Non Active Record Model
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 10 Aug 08

This episode will show you how to make a model which isn't based on Active Record. You may want to do this if a resource isn't backed by the database

Session Based Model
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 10 Aug 08

If you have a lot of logic associated with the data inside a session, you'll need some central location to put this logic. See how to create a session based model in this episode

Caching in Rails 2.1
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 27 Jun 08

Rails 2.1 brings some new caching features which makes it very easy to cache any values including models. See how in this episode.

Model Name in URL
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 28 Aug 07

By default, Rails uses the model's id in the URL. What if you want to use the name of the model instead? You can change this behavior by overriding the to_param method in the model. Watch this episode for details.

Dangers of Model in Session
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 20 May 07

Be careful when storing a model in a session. It will behave differently than you expect and can easily get out of sync with the database. Instead of storing the model directly in the session, store the id to the model and use that to fetch it from the database.

Railscasts Week 5
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 18 May 07

Let Ryan Bates take you through a growing series of great Rails tips.