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The breach-mitigation-rails gem help make your Rails 3 and 4 applications less susceptible to the BREACH attacks.
Nathan Long shows how to use state_machine together with Authority to allow certain people to make exceptions to the rules.
The ActiveRecord-JDBC adapter 1.3 has hit RC. The new version includes explicit dependency on the ActiveRecord Ruby gem, overrides the
to_sql method to improve compatibility with ActiveRecord 4.0 and a bunch of other changes to improve support for database engines like postgres, sql server, oracle, db2, derby and firebird.
UltraHook makes it super easy to connect public webhook endpoints with development environments.
The guys from thoughtbot released vim-rspec, a lightweight vim plugin that runs specs directly from within vim with the press of a key.
Russell Jennings released thje emoji spec gem, which allows you to use smiley faces, angry faces and other emojis to represent the status of your specs.
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Improve your vim knowledge with VimGenius, automated testing with screenshots, crack open PSDs, direct access with NSA Panel, markdown email generation, and better learning with exercism.io all in this episode of Ruby5!
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