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This was a big week for Ruby with the launch of Ruby v2.0 on February 24. There’s lots of new features, including a new way to extend Classes using Module#prepend, keyword arguments, a new regex engine, and more.
There's a new gem called Artoo, self-described as a micro framework for robotics. It's a simple DSL that makes it easy to connect up with popular microcontrollers, such as the Arduino, AR Drone 2.0, and Sphero gaming interface. The authors also expect to add support for new microcontrollers later.
RubyInstaller is an executable Ruby installer for Windows that really makes the installation process easy. A new 64-bit installer is now available. And, of course, it includes Ruby 2.0.
The RubyMotion ecosystem on iOS has grown again: Satoshi Ebisawa has created a new app called RubyFriendsCamera. It uses RubyMotion and Pixate. The source is available on Github.
"count()" operations in SQL can get a little slow on big tables. Mario Visic has released a new gem that adds support to the ActiveRecord::Relation class for caching the result of "count()" operations.
An already controversial new feature in Ruby 2.0 is Refinements, which aims to replace monkey-patching. Refinements are included as an experimental feature, so don’t be surprised if their implementation changes before a more stable release shows up. They're an exciting new feature with a lot of potential, though!
Another Exciting! SQL Injection! Decoding Cookies! Typehead! Media Queries! Incoming! Git rebase considered awesome! Ruby5!
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.
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