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GitHub User: l33z3r
You can see that you are basically writing a primitive version of Rails.
Nice to see how the internals work!
ah, ok, yes I see that now, thanks!
I do not fully understand how Redis has better performance than active record? Are they both not essentially accessing data that is in RAM, just in two separate ways? Are there more layers to go through when accessing data via ActiveRecord?
Thanks for the view_context tip! Was looking for a solution for that problem!
what does the --pre option do in gem install?