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Justin Collins blogged about Avoiding SQL Injection in Rails. In the post he explains an exploit via the
exists? method. He also introduces http://rails-sqli.org, which is “a big list of what not to do when using ActiveRecord”.
Andy Lindeman blogs about how to decode Rails 3 session cookies.
Twitter open-sourced a piece of their infrastructure this week as the Typeahead.js jQuery plugin. You complete me, Twitter. Also, thanks to Yousef Ourabi for putting together a gem to package it up for the Rails asset pipeline.
Rafal Bromirski has given us Sass Media Queries, a set of Sass mixins that make it easy to build a responsive web design.
Honeybadger.io opensourced their incoming email handling gem as Incoming! Read their announcemnt for more details and check it out on Github.
Ben Sandofsky has written a wonderful blog post explaining how to use git with rebase.
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We get Concerned with the Discourse, get Secure some MoSQL, and bring Foreign Functions to Capistrano on this episode of Ruby5.
Haml 4.0, why Thunderbolt doesn't use Rails templates, easier Heroku deployments with Paratrooper, shell script testing, yaml exploits, auditing your bundle, and behind the scenes on the RobyMotion Basecamp app all in this episode of Ruby5!
Gregg & Aimee kick off this week with Rails security issues, intro to State Machine, stabby lambda, heat maps, sucker punch, immutable tree structures, and finally we announce the Ruby Hero Awards.
You got your Python in my Ruby! RMagick news, linotype, a U.S. State font, mail_room, Code Triage, Party Foul, and the voice stylings of your #rubyloco compatriots on this edition of Ruby5
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