it's either that or explicitly add stripping to like a third of the rails app's params :\
eam: that's the other option, yeah. the app doesnt have any user inputs yet that need significant whitespace before/after that i know of. just wanted to see if there were other cases i wasn't thinking of.
QQ??? https://github.com/rails/rails/commit/3be0cdfa55cadf35f7625e055fad9999d064c827 still isn???t in the 4.0.0 stable branch
any of yall rocking https://github.com/karmi/tire and ActiveRecord? i could use some help figuring out the best way to setup indexes. (i was hoping Tire would automagically discover the model attributes, but i must be doing something wrong.)
i'm not even a consultant and i think i want a branding strategy for myself
livinded: no benchmarks to show, but i bet marshalling is going to be longer
tubbo: brendan6: as with most things, the priority between the two is largely dependent on your customers and the expertise between the two doesn't have to both rely on a developer… a good designer in conjunction with a good developer can make sure both happen well.