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Late last week InfraRuby 3.6 was released. In short, InfraRuby is a statically-typed Ruby which compiles into Java Bytecode.
On Saturday, Passenger 5.0.2 was released which fixed a “requests queue full” or “this website is under heavy load” error. If you've upgraded to Passenger 5, you should upgrade again, now.
Last week, Jens Freiling wrote us up four easy steps to take to increase and monitor the performance of your Rails 4 application. He also covers a few gems that'll help you do that.
Last week, Daniel Clark put together a post on his 6ft Dan blog, called “Numeric Bases and Defining Your Own.” In it, he covers positional notation, base 10, base 64, and more.
search_cop, formerly attr_searchable, just had a 1.0.6 release recently. search_cop lets you add full text search functionality to your application and leverages only your database-provided search features.
If you’re using rack-cache, you may have noticed that your servers’ response cache is scoped not just to the path requested, but also the query strings attached to it. Enrico Teotti put together a great post describing the problem and how to create a custom cache key generator to whitelist only certain parameters and ignore others.
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A new Ruby, friendly regexes, code loading, a new Passenger, and the GORUCO CFP.
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The fast-ruby project, updated middleman-presentation, installing Rails with railyard, ES6 in your Rails 4.2 projects, and caching Stripe data with Sucker Punch all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Ruby 1.9.3 is dead, the life of an HTTP request, Melt, Traveler, Benchmarking different methods of merging, monkey-patching, and Stoplight.
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