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The Rails core team has released Rails 5.0.0.beta1.1, 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, rails-html-sanitizer 1.3.0, and others to address recent CVEs.
Last week, Coraline Ada Ehmke proposed that the Ruby core team adopt the open-source project code of conduct from Contributor Covenant. A sordid brouhaha ensued.
Dependencies on the event_machine and Celluloid gems have been removed from Rails 5’s new ActionCable (web sockets) module following concerns about transitive runtime dependencies that had been introduced.
Up until now, if you wanted full-text search across models/tables in Rails, your best bet was to create a search document table and use pg_search or deal with the manual creation of an SQL view that Rails had no support for. Thoughtbot’s Scenic gem changes that, allowing you to create migrations for views and connect the dots between your application and the database view layer.
Ruby on Rails gets a new logo and reiterates it's doctrine, 2015 Trends in RubyGems, Secondbase gets to first, and chunk_when what?
This week, we discuss voting for Ruby Heroes, Rails 5.0.0 beta1, Tenderlove on RSpec and Minitest and Postgres 9.5.
This week, we discuss per-form CSRF tokens, Ruby's new &.!= operator, how to reserve your judgement when assessing a project or task, and the last call for CFPs for RailsConf 2016.
The Passages Rails engine, some useful rspec matchers you may not be using, lessons learned from building a Ruby gem API, rolling our own exception tracker, and refactoring Rails controllers the right way all in this episode of the Ruby5!
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