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Hard work from Chris Eppstein, Scott Davis and the Compass team has finally paid off with a 0.12 release bringing performance improvements on Rails 3.1 and beyond, a separate compass-rails 1.0 gem and some great updates to the sprite helpers.
Carlos Antonio presents a new feature of Rails 4 called ActiveModel Model, and gives you all the require modules needed to use an object with ActionView so you can use the barebones modules you need including Naming, Translation, Validations, and Conversion.
Few people seem to know that a public GitHub repository with write access called docrails is available to make any edit to the Rails Guides – no pull request needed. The submission are simply reviewed before being merged into rails master and published alongside releases.
RocketPants is a set of tools to make it easier to build well-designed APIs in Ruby, and more importantly alongside Rails.
Constellation is a new gem by James Arosen that gives you ways to set configuration paramaters using environment variables, configuration files, manually or using other gems if you need to build an API wrapper for instance.
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Closing out the github mass assignment issue, bundler 1.1, font-awesome, dust-assets, flexible searching with solr and sunspot, and a bunch o' news about writing api-only rails apps in this edition of Ruby5.
We start out this episode talking about the Github Rails drama from this weekend along with Yehuda's suggestion to fix the issue, MethodProfiler, Ariane, SimpleForm 2.0, and Versionist.
Wizard-ify Your Rails Controllers with Wicked … Edge Rails: PATCH is the new primary HTTP method for updates … The Great Ruby Shootout … Test/Spec/Mini … UnixUtils Gem … Ruby 1.9’s GOTO Statement
In this episode we do the robo boogie all while discussing REE end of life, preparing your app for Rails 4 & Ruby 1.9, Ruby ORM Initialization slowness, Mutation, spell checking in View Tests, and the release of Rails Testing for Zombies.
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