Writing a Rails Engine

A session at eurucamp 2012

Saturday 18th August, 2012

11:30am to 12:00pm (CET)

As of Rails 3.2, plugins are officially deprecated. They have been
replaced by Rails Engines, a class of public methods for hooking into
Rails applications. This session will explain how to write a Rails Engine
from scratch or convert your existing plugin to an engine. It will also
cover best practices for making your engine play well with others and
determing when to factor pieces of your existing Rails application code
into an engine, for reuse across multiple applications.

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Erik Michaels-Ober

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eurucamp 2012

Germany Germany, Berlin

17th19th August 2012

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Time 11:30am12:00pm CET

Date Sat 18th August 2012

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