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Rails' Next Top Model: Using ActiveModel and ActiveRelation

A talk by Adam Keys at RailsConf 2010

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June 10, 2010 7:45 AM

Baltimore, MD

Baltimore, MD

ActiveRelation and ActiveModel bring a lot of interesting features to Rails 3. These new libraries make it easier to write complex queries and to extend Rails to work with non-ActiveRecord objects. Learn to use ActiveRelation and ActiveModel to clean up your code. See how you can use ARel and AMo to build your own data layer or to connect to new datastores.

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