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With the release of Rails 4, support for Rails 2.3 and Rails 3.0 has ended. Security vulnerabilities are no longer patched for these versions. Rails LTS offers a solution for mission critical applications by providing security patches for old versions of Rails.
Late last week Ruby 2.1.2 was released alongside Ruby 2.0.0-p481. Version 2.1.2 notably fixes a regression on the Hash#reject method.
Jekyll, the popular static site generator, released its 2.0 version last week. This new version is jam-packed with highly-requested features and bug fixes, thanks to the contribution of over 180 different developers.
The Ruby core team is disputing an earlier CVE report. The CVE in question claimed that it was possible for an attacker to forge arbitrary root certificates by modifying the certificate’s signature. Apparently it’s simply a misunderstanding over the return value of the X509Certificate#verify method.
Adam Sanderson wrote another article in his "Reading Rails" series titled 'How do Batched Queries Work', where he investigates Rails' find_each. The 'find_each' method is used to run queries when you don't want all the records instantiated at once.
FiniteMachine is a gem by Piotr Murach that provides a minimal finite state machine with a straightforward and intuitive syntax. The machine is event driven, with a focus on passing synchronous and asynchronous messages to trigger state transitions. It supports a natural DSL for declaring events, exceptions and callbacks.
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Untangline spaghetti code, opening the Atom source, better presenters with DumbDelegator, managing your OS X setup with osxc, an intro to Rails view caching, and the Eldritch async DSL all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Good news from the Ruby Core meeting, TDD debates galore, AdequateRecord, and some surprisingly uneventful code ping pong this week.
Test-induced design damage, Frocking the console, Advanced Rake and Mutation Testing
Configuring variants with Various, what to learn with What's Next, fixing Celluloid with RailsReloader, improving communication with Capistrano Team Notifications, integrating AngularJS with Rails, and getting more from Postgres with PG Power.
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