The latest and greatest version of Streamlined was released a few weeks ago. Lots of new features and bug fixes are included in this release, including a handy (and fully configurable) breadcrumb trail implemented in part by yours truly.
For those who aren’t familiar with it, Streamlined is sort of like Rails scaffolding on steroids. It lets you quickly and declaratively setup an interface for your ActiveRecord models.
I continue to be amazed by the amount of code I don’t have to write when I’m using Streamlined. In fact, it’s starting to warp me. Whenever I work on a standard Rails project now, I inevitably begin asking myself why I’m having to write all of these actions to do basic CRUD stuff. Streamlined provides it for free.
Streamlined is quickly approaching a 1.0 release (hopefully this month) so there has never been a better time to jump onboard. One good way to get rolling is with this post that I made a few months ago.