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The team at AppLift has released a new gem called fast_attributes. It’s goal is to be fast, straightforward, and easily extended. It supports coercion, custom types, and even has a UUID extension.
Yt is a Ruby client for the YouTube API. This gem prides itself on being fully tested and documented, and its based on an up-to-date version of the YouTube API. It’s also more “Ruby-styled” than existing gems and follows a straightforward object-oriented approach.
Netzfisch recently published a blog post about an authorization tool called Pundit. Pundit has a “Migrating to Pundit from Can Can” article and the migration is pretty straightforward. The only catch is a lack of documentation covering using RSpec with the
pundit_scope, but the blog post provides examples of those tests for you. Overall, this blog post is a great resource if you want to learn more about Pundit.
If you’ve ever uploaded images using Active Admin, you might have noticed that it doesn’t include any sort of image-cropping functionality. Fortunately, Ricardo Nacif Sader Jr. has solved that problem with a gem called active_admin_jcrop.
Aaron Beckerman put together a short post on how Rails 4 introduces cache fingerprints to give your application a Russian doll-like cachability. How the Rails 3 to Rails 4 migration runs into issues when the templates and controllers may not have access to those fingerprints to perform their expiration. He shows how and why to disable those fingerprints on a per cache basis to fix your cache problem.
Rails 4.1.2 and Rails 4.0.6 are finally out. Rails 4.1.2 is the first bug fix release for the 4.1 series. Rails 4.0.6 includes a lot of bug fixes to make the upgrade path from Rails 3 easier.
Mongoid 4.0.0, a CHANGELOG rant, the Lotus web framework, help on Growing Rails Applications in Practice, the upcoming Keep Ruby Weird conference, ConfConf for safer configuration, and the demise of RubyForge.
Vic's Ember and Rails tutorial, gemoji, automatic exception googling, dev banners, Grand Central Dispatch, and an awesome laptop dev setup all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Nate and Gregg are back at it again, talking about a new release of Bundler, AREL, a new app with Ruby Shoes, attr_searchable, a passenger screencast, and SmartListing.
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