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Interview : Discovering RailsKits with Benjamin Curtis

by Robert Bazinet on Oct 07, 2008 |

In this interview with Benjamin Curtis of RailsKits, compiled over the last couple weeks, we discuss how utilizing pre-built blocks of Ruby on Rails code can get your project jump-started.  Benjamin talks about all of the kits his company has created and the different types of applications developers has created with these tools.

Learn about these skeleton applications and how they can assist in creating new applications or adapting large chunks of new functionality.

Read all about these kits in the interview with Benjamin Curtis in Discover RailsKits and Stop Writing Redundant Code.

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RailsKits by anjan bacchu

This is somewhat similar to Appfuse for Spring/Hibernate/Struts. Right ?

Forking by Tamer Salama

How is this different from forking one's own Rails projects (through git or otherwise)?

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