Comparing Ruby and Objective-C

The rise of the polyglot programmer is now. In the past, programmers would dedicate their careers to a language and become experts in that domain. With the ubiquitous availability of documentation, books, and resources to learn languages, developers these days are no longer bound to this and are freely available to choose the language for the job at hand.

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Rails 3.1 JavaScript templating with Sprockets

I have been using Rails 3.1 for a few weeks now, and have grown to love the changes that have been made. Sprockets 2 has changed my workflow in a lot of ways, and has been a solid improvement as far as rapid development is concerned. However, with QuickLeft's commitment to the bleeding edge for front end development, we need JS templating - something Sprockets currently doesn't have support for.

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