Golden Gate Ruby Conference 2012

Writing a Rails Engine
This presentation, by Erik Michaels-Ober , is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0
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As of Rails 3.2, plugins are officially deprecated. They have been replaced by Rails Engines, a class of public methods for hooking into Rails applications. This session will explain how to write a Rails Engine from scratch or convert your existing plugin to an engine. It will also cover best practices for making your engine play well with others, and when to factor pieces of your existing Rails application code into an engine for reuse across multiple applications.

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