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Roemer Vlasveld
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The Presenter Design Pattern is used to perform operations required by the View. Using a Model object, provided by the Controller, the Presenter pattern decouples calculations from structure, proving a better Separation of Concerns for the View. By following the naming conventions of Ruby on Rails, this pattern is easily implemented in an existing application.

http://rvlasveld.github.io/blog/2013/09/26/rails-presenters-filling-the-model-view-controller-gap/

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The Presenter Design Pattern is used to perform operations required by the View. Using a Model object, provided by the Controller, the Presenter pattern decouples calculations from structure, proving a better Separation of Concerns for the View. By following the naming conventions of Ruby on Rails, this pattern is easily implemented in an existing application.

http://rvlasveld.github.io/blog/2013/09/26/rails-presenters-filling-the-model-view-controller-gap/

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Ever received a warning from Heroku about the amount or rows in your database? I recently got this problem and found a solution to find the problematic table and inspect it with pgAdmin III.

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http://rvlasveld.github.io/blog/2013/09/30/heroku-database-size-warning-finding-the-problem/

Ever received a warning from Heroku about the amount or rows in your database? I recently got this problem and found a solution to find the problematic table and inspect it with pgAdmin III.

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http://rvlasveld.github.io/blog/2013/09/30/heroku-database-size-warning-finding-the-problem/

Ever received a warning from Heroku about the amount or rows in your database? I recently got this problem and found a solution to find the problematic table and inspect it with pgAdmin III.

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