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Rails 4.1 beta is out! A nice summary here:
Rails 4.1 has a secret! It’s a new config file called secrets.yml intended to hold your sensitive bits out of the gits.
Piotr Solnica adds his own thoughts on DI, and uses a short example of how he practices DI in his own code.
Avdi Grimm is giving it away! He’s posted another of his brief Ruby Tapas episodes on his site for free. Yield or Enumerate will show you how many of Ruby’s iteration methods return an Enumerator object if not given a block and what you can do with it.
Dash away, dash away, dash away all! Take a peek at dashing-rails, a Rails Engine for Shopify’s Dashing framework. So handsome.
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rails-assets.org, Rails Database Info, Callbacks Extraction, Shutterbug, A Deeper Look at Ruby’s Enumerable, Prawn 0.13.0
thoughtbot open source issues now on Stack Overflow, verifying doubles in RSpec 3, interactive mockups with Stagehand, bundler is stayin' alive (for the time being), and updates to the roar gem all in this episode of the Ruby5!
ActionParameter, Purgatory, Promise.rb, Sharing Rails sessions, JRuby 1.7.9
What does Spring have to do with Rails 4.1, Rails security news, a few cool tips like pundit, pry rescue and RASK, good advice for upgrading to capistrano 3, and the plan to sunset bundler all in this RubyLoco-powered Ruby5.
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