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Ruby Hero Rafael França posted on the PlataformaTec blog about the new HTML sanitizer coming up in Rails 4.2. He worked with Kasper Timm Hansen during last year's Google Summer of Code on refactoring the sanitize helper method to give Rails developers a more robust, faster and secure solution to sanitizing user input.
ActiveMocker is a gem by Dustin Zeisler which creates mocks from ActiveRecord models. It allows your test suite to run very fast by not loading Rails or hooking to a database.
Pablo Fernández wrote to us about his gem validation_auditor, which logs validation errors to the database for later inspection. Very useful for tracking bugs down.
Reginald Tan wrote an article about understanding Timeouts in CRuby. It's a fairly complex process, but there’s some cool graphs on the post that make it easier to understand.
Nick Sutterer updated the Roar gem adding support for the JSON API format. This means you can start using Roar to format JSON API data for clients that expect that format - for example, EmberJS apps using the ActiveModelAdapter.
Routehappy is looking for a Ruby Developer in New York City. thredUP is looking for a Lead Software Engineer in San Franciso, CA. GameGenetics is looking for a Ruby on Rails Front End Developer and a Ruby on Rails Lead Developer in Berlin, Germany.
RubyConf Portugal is taking place on October 13th & 14th in the beautiful city of Braga. They are already on the second batch of tickets, so head over to http://rubyconf.pt/ to get yours!
Rails Rumble, Debug Anything and Speeding up Rails
Get your mind in the Gutter, agree that Programming is Not Math, be a RubyCritic, master Vim Plugins for Ruby, review 3 Ways to Create Classes in Ruby, and take a trip to RailsPacific.
Take a peek into your app, think about accessibility, write polyglot web apps, learn Rails, say goodbye to 1.8.7 and 1.9.2 support
In this episode we cover fun with iBeacons and PunchClock, visually starting a Rails app with Prelang, a Ruby Queue Pop method with Timeout, text translations from the command line with Termit and Diving into the Rails request handling.
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