This is a Rails library which integrates with Active Records and provides some awesome user-initiated string interpolations for your web apps. For example, have you ever needed to allow users to insert their own variables into e-mail templates or messages?
With strong params replacing attr_accessible, a difficulty has arisen with referencing to the structure of your models. With annotate, we can generate the structure of our models in the comments of our models.
Parsing through the Ruby on Rails CHANGELOG can reveal some interesting features and changes in the framework. In this episode, we look at one of those changes around inserting records into our database.