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Ok, so, now it's really available. Again, there are number of XSS security fixes in this release, so if you’re running an earlier version you’ll want to upgrade whenever you can. The fixes have also been backported to the 3.0 and 3.1 branches, as well.
Daniel Kehoe has put out a Rails application generation library called rails_apps_composer. It uses community-supported or private, local recipes to build new Rails applications however you (or your organization) see fit.
Evan Phoenix recently released the Lost gem, which uses the Mac OS X CoreLocation service to estimate your current location. Along with that, Shannon Skipper released a wrapper for it, called Found, which ties the CoreLocation data into Geokit to give you a human-readable version of the address.
Last week, Vito Botta wrote a post detailing how to use bitwise operations to clean up a set of specs. It's an interesting look at how to use bitwise operations to generate data tables and see some Array functions that you may not have used before.
Nathan Esquenazi released Backburner, a new gem for managing Beanstalk queues this past week. And Beanstalk, in case you forgot, is a work queue. Backburner gives you a DSL for managing those work jobs, setting their priorities, buckets, and more.
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This episode marks the 3 year anniversary of Ruby5, thank you all for listening. Today we cover api_taster, overriding instance method with module, more Rails 4 live streaming, event tracking, checker gem, and legacy systems.
We master space and time this week (discussing a book of the same name), deep dive with ActiveRecord which loves blocks, live stream with Rails 4.0, and discuss Team Dashboard, respond_to_missing?, Synack, and Try iOS.
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