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Rejoice, Ruby troglodytes! GitHub has come down from the mountain with the GitHub Ruby Styleguide. Read it! Live it! Love it!
technoweenie's blog post, "Ending the Mass Assignment Party", and the TainedHash gem for guarding against mass assignment vulnerabilities.
If you're using Bundler on all of your projects and you're still using RVM gemsets, it's time to move on. Bundler don't need no stinkin' gemsets.
Make your Gemfile tell the whole story by taking advantage of custom Bundler groups.
Avdi Grimm's "Objects on Rails" e-book is out of beta, and now available to read online, for free.
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In today's episode Ruby isn't Python, CopyCopter open source, Rack Retrospective, wisepdf, Rails DynamoDB, Speciny, and the Anatomy of Backbone.
Locally precompile assets, Enumerable::Lazy, rspec 2.0 RC, new ruby and rails doc site, decent exposure, DDD for Rails Devs, and a ruby wrapper for the ESPN API.
Compass 0.12 gets a speed boost as the Rocket Pants come out, we look at barebones models in Rails 4.0 with ActionPack, configuration with Constellation, faster docs contributions with docrails, and swift Ruby snippets sharing with RubyFiddle.
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.
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