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Discover how to use the RJS Template feature of Rails to add Ajax functionality to your Rails application. Ajax and Rails together are a powerful combination, and can not only enhance the user experience of your Rails application, but also increase performance because fewer page reloads are necessary to perform tasks.
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Connect your web application to a MySQL database using Ruby on Rails. Than add CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) support to that web application.
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