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Santiago Pastorino

Rails 4 in a MindNode

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I’ll be talking at RubyConf Argentina, and the first thing I usually do when preparing talks is to think in a high level and then start going down form there. I find MindNode a great tool for that. So I started checking what was being added, removed and deprecated in Rails 4 (my memory isn’t good enough to have all that in the top of my head :P). The result is this MindNode I’m sharing with you …

Rails 4 MindNode

I could be missing some stuff or could even be things that won’t make it to Rails 4, but that’s the picture as of today. If you find something that I’m missing or that I should change please let me know. I will keep this MindNode updated so keep checking it.

UPDATE #1: Support for specifying transaction isolation level

UPDATE #2: Turbolinks

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