Cells for Rails 3 considered stable!

We finally pushed out the 3.4 gem of Cells, that’s view components for Rails.

Check out the github repo.

What’s Cells?

If you’re sick of partial+helper botching, if your views are getting too complex or you ever dreamed of rendering actions within actions, Cells is for you!

How can I get it?

Just run

$ gem install cells

to get the power of components and encapsulation into your Rails 3 app.

What’s new?

  • We lost about 50% of code compared to the 2.3 version.
  • Thanks to help of Yehuda Katz, who introduced the Rails 3 API to me in a hacking session, Cells are now real controllers!
  • Finally, view inheritance and nesting is documented 😉

Go and check it out, you’ll love it! If you run into any trouble, don’t hesitate to bother us on #cells in irc.freenode.org! Keep it real!

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