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This weekend, Will Schenk published an article entitled, “Making a command line utility with gems and thor,” on his blog. It’s a step-by-step guide showing you how to create a gem using Bundler, create an executable binary inside of it, use Thor to make a CLI, make use of Thor subcommands and classes, and finally describes how to build, install, and release your gem to the world.
Robert Pankowecki over at Arkency recently wrote an article about the differences between eager loading classes and auto loading classes in a Rails application’s development and production environments.
The Ruby 2.1.4 release is non-breaking, backward-compatible and primarily focused on fixing two vulnerabilities. First an XML parsing exploit and second, it changes the default OpenSSL settings to be more secure. If your application is Ruby 2.1 compatible, upgrade today.
Rails released versions 3.2.20, 4.0.11, and 4.1.7 at the beginning of the month. These releases fixed a vulnerability where a server could leak the existence of a file on the filesystem, but not leak the contents of the file itself.
Rails 4.2.0.beta4 was released back at the start of the month. This is anticipated to be the final beta release of Rails 4.2 before release candidates become available, so if you can, make a branch, upgrade, and run your tests to make sure that you’re in for no new surprises.
It’s important to test your application and to that end, David Jones published an article a couple of weeks back covering three popular static security analysis tools available to test your Ruby applications, including Brakeman, Bundler-Audit, and Codesake-Dawn.
Tropical Ruby 2015 will take place March 5th through 8th in Porto de Galinhas, a paradisiacal beach located in the Brazilian northeast coast. Tickets have yet to go on sale, but the CFP is open until December 7th for both talks and workshops.
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This episode was co-produced and edited by audio guru Jamison Rabbe.
The shiny new Rubinius 2.3.0, Zopfli-ffi to compress things a lot, Benchmarking Rack Middleware, Enums and Queries in Rails 4.1, Understanding the Ruby Garbage Collector and Hunting for Leaks in Ruby.
Speech recognition with pocketsphinx-ruby, a recent update on the chatbot framework Lita, building and distributing OS X applications with ognivo, using Neo4j in rails, and rails rumble is over!
Enforcing your environment with ENVied, easier payment integration with Payola, faster logic with pippi, multithreading in MRI, and Practicing Rails.
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