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Spring... the rails application preloader. It speeds up development by keeping your application running in the background so you don't need to boot it every time you run a test, rake task or migration. You can use it right now, and its being baked into Rails 4.1.
The rails team has released 3.2.16 and 4.0.2 with important security fixes. There are 6 security fixes in these releases including multiple cross site scripting vulnerabilities and a potential denial of service attack.
This is a link to Conrad Irwin's talk on PRY from this year's RubyConf. He discussed pry-rescue which stops your test suite and drops into a pry session if one of your tests fails. You can play the lines of code, edit and fix the test, then resume your suite. its sweet!
If you're using CanCan and are lamenting the size of your ability file, check out pundit. It organizes permissions a little differently, creating one policy file per model.
RASK, the Rake Application Starter Kit, is one-stop-shoping for a project shell for your rake tasks in which you'll feel right at home. There's a directory structure for your code, tests, logs, configuration, and such, there's a bootstrap which automatically loads your configuration, there's support for environment-specific stuff run by an environment-variable of your choosing, etc. If you find yourself writing back office automation tasks, try giving this a spin.
Eric Hodel was commenting on a JRuby issue and revealed that Bundler is scheduled to die in under two years time, because all of its core features are going to be baked into RubyGems. Ultimately, this is a good thing, but it'll be sad to see an old friend fade away.
Darko Fabijan wrote a blog post about the work he did to upgrade semaphore. He parsed through the scattered documentation and talks about some of the things you'll have to change when moving from Cap2 to Cap 3.
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This week we watch, lint, memoize, error handle, say hello to and write more idiomatic Ruby.
Ruby fixes a heap overflow, Rack::Attack protects your app from abusive clients, a proposal for changing Rails Session Storage, learn about Rake File Tasks and Demystify the Ruby GC.
In this episode, automatic length validations for your ActiveRecord models, Angular.js vs Ember.js, the Ionic framework, Watson for inline issue tracking and faking it with remote services.
PostgreSQL lands on Amazon RDS, using chruby and ruby-install over RVM and rbenv, a free shopping cart Rails app, integrating Quickbooks with Rails 4, Mixpanel with Ruby, and Ruby Under a Microscope.
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