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GitHub User: borisbrodski
Very nice done! Thank you!
Thanks for the great screencast!
When it turns to such things as DRY concept between Server <-> Client, I think about DSLs. Ruby is a great language for embedded DSLs, so why not to write a new DSL to write (for example) validation code with and then generate and execute from that DSL-code:
- Ruby no the server side
- JS on the client side
This DSL could be exandable by rails apps to allow any complexy operation. On the other hand, such DSL could also provide the natural limitations to users. For example, you can't ready access dom attributes or data base from such "DRY" code.
What are you think?