http://github.com/choonkeat/hquery

       http://blog.choonkeat.com/weblog/2008/10/
hquery-an-unobtrusive-server-script-i...
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat
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Designer vs. Developer — Mortal Kombat

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Introducing hquery as a solution to designer and developer woes at SlideShare. It helps keep html markup and RoR code separate, thereby enhancing the agile work-flow.

Presented by Kapil Mohan and Arun J at RubyConf India 2010.

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