[ANN] Dr Nicâ?s Magic Models 0.8 - Validate Anything

In the first run of the sell-out Magic Models - â??I canâ??t believe its an
ActiveRecord� - Super Show - you were amazed as we stripped away the
necessary essentials of an ActiveRecord - right in front of your eyes -
the necessary became unnecessary.

We removed the validates_presence_of validationsâ?¦ and the Magic Model
still validated.

We removed the has_many, belongs_to, and has_many :through associationsâ?¦
and the Magic Model still associated.

We removed the actual class definition itself - the very thing that
provides the ActiveRecord CRUD layerâ?¦ and the Magic Model still CRUDded.

In the new Magic Models, Virtual Validations get Virtuous!

g = Group.new
g.name = “x” * 51
=> "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx�

g.valid?
=> false

g.errors.full_messages
=> [“Name is too long (maximum is 50 characters)”]

All this and more in 0.8.0 of Dr Nic’s Magic Models
http://drnicwilliams.com/2006/09/21/dr-nic-magic-models-validate-anything-anytime-anywhere/

Its magic like this that makes programming fun :slight_smile:

On 9/21/06, Dr Nic [email protected] wrote:

We removed the actual class definition itself - the very thing that
provides the ActiveRecord CRUD layer? and the Magic Model still CRUDded.

Its magic like this that makes programming fun :slight_smile:

You don’t happen to be the guy in the white jacket in those new Hummer
H3 ads are you?


Rick DeNatale

My blog on Ruby
http://talklikeaduck.denhaven2.com/

You don’t happen to be the guy in the white jacket in those new Hummer
H3 ads are you?

I can’t confirm or deny. Got a link to the ad on youtube or somewhere?

On 9/21/06, Dr Nic [email protected] wrote:

You don’t happen to be the guy in the white jacket in those new Hummer
H3 ads are you?

I can’t confirm or deny. Got a link to the ad on youtube or somewhere?

Sorry, I’ve only seen it on TeeVee.

Rick DeNatale

My blog on Ruby
http://talklikeaduck.denhaven2.com/

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