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IM 31: Seaside and Rails (AAC)

May 29, 2011 20:08:44.255

Welcome to episode 31 of Independent Misinterpretations - a Smalltalk and dynamic language oriented podcast with James Robertson, Michael Lucas-Smith, and David Buck.

This week I have another session from Smalltalk Solutions 2011 - Pat Maddox, talking about using Seaside and Rails together. The abstract for the talk was:

Ruby on Rails has proven to be the best framework for developing open applications and platforms on the web. Seaside excels at building intelligent applications by hiding the complexity of session-based user interaction. This talk will highlight the strengths, weaknesses and impacts of each of these frameworks, and will examine how to use them together to build open, intelligent applications.

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