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The Ruby and Rails community linklog

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Reading Rails - Concerns

You probably include ActiveSupport’s Concerns in your Rails code, but how do they work?

We’ll read Rails’ Concern Implementation, and learn a bit more about modules, ruby idioms, and more. Come along if you want to understand your libraries.

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The link on the article itself is wrong. Here is the correct link.

Total fail on my part, you’d think I’d know how to HTML ;) Thanks!

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