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RubyFlow The Ruby and Rails community linklog


The Ruby and Rails community linklog

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Rit. – The anti-CMS content scheduling system in Rails

Need to support business users updating website content? You need a CMS right? Probably not. Introducing Rit. – The anti-CMS content scheduling system in Rails. Rit. is a standalone web application that allows users to edit multiple editions of website content and designate when that content should show up on the site. Site content is served up to a consuming application as a web service.


Sounds awesome, I may give it shot as I just got some cms type requirements!

“Radiant is so slow, you’re better off hand-typing HTML directly into the serial port of your 28.8 modem. Radiant also makes your web app it’s bitch. If your web app wants to use some Radiant content (they call them ‘snippets’), you put your web app inside Radiant’s extensions directory. How does that make you feel? Now you have a Radiant app and you have more than two problems.”

Now that is what I am talking about! Guess he is a troll like me.

Ha ha. That’s one way to get readers.

Can’t see where this would be useful at all. And prepress printing? Printing is dead.

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