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Refactoring your views with ActiveSupport methods

I talk about some legacy code I had to fix that was radically simplified by using an ActiveSupport utility method (in this case, in_groups_of).

If your HTML views feel like they’re working harder than they need to view your data in the structure you want, then there may well be some method(s) in the ActiveSupport library that could help you.

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