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Last week Karle & Chris told you about the Rails 4.0.7, and 4.1.3 security releases that patched a vulnerability in the Postgres adapter for Rails. Well, the same day — actually a mere two hours later — versions 4.0.8 and 4.1.4 were also released.
For a list of awesome Ruby libraries, tools, frameworks and software check out Awesome Ruby curated by Marc Anguera Insa. There’s maybe over a 100 libraries listed on this single Github page, but I suspect they might be the most common gems used in Ruby applications today.
After diving into the Rails implementation of MessageVerifier, Adam Sanderson took to his blog again to tackle MessageEncryptor, a useful class from ActiveSupport. It’s great blog post that literally takes you line by line through an internal Rails tool that actually saves you the hassle of interfacing directly with OpenSSL which doesn’t feel very Ruby-ish.
Anton Pawlik dropped us a line to let us know about the release of his BHF gem, which is a Rails engine which generates an admin interface for you.
If anybody out there is using Heroku as their production stack, there’s an interesting gem out there called Fourchette. It allows you to use Heroku’s Fork feature in order to create a clone of your production environment, deploy a pull request to it and allow you to poke around as if you had deployed to your real production environment.
On episode 441 of Ruby5 we introduced Inch, a library that will grade how well your code is documented, created by Rene Fohring. Today I discovered Inch CI, a project also created by Rene, which will automatically run Inch every time you push new code.
The Advisory Board Company / (slash) Crimson is looking for a Senior Software Engineer in Austin or Houston, Texas and Metabahn is looking for a Web Application Developer in Huntsville, Alabama. So if you’re looking for a top ruby gig or top ruby talent, checkout toprubyjobs.com
Happy Birthday `Murica. Rails security, modular migrations and N+1 with custom Arel
Fast attributes, writing Ruby for YouTube with Yt, authorization with Pundit, image cropping for Active Admin, opting out of fragment caching in Rails 4, and Rails 4.1.2 & Rails 4.0.6 are released!
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!
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