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Flexible Rails: Flex 3 on Rails 2 by Peter Armstrong

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Chapter 6. Flex on Rails

Web 2.0, proper noun

The name given to the social and technical sophistication and maturity that mark the—Oh, screw it. Money! Money money money! Money! The money’s back! Ha ha! Money!

Greg Knauss, “The Devil’s Dictionary” (2.0),[1]http://www.eod.com/devil/archive/web_20.html

1This is a reference to The Devil’s Dictionary by Ambrose Bierce, which is great reading too.

In this fairly substantial iteration, we’ll finally hook up most of the main Flex UI to the Rails controllers, including the new TasksController, ProjectsController, and LocationsController. Given the work we’ve done on the account creation and login panels, you may think it’s just going to be a matter of defining a bunch of HTTPServices and hooking ...

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