This week in Rails
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Hello, this is Godfrey and Prathamesh brining you the latest developments from Rails!
The conference is looking pretty awesome, with a good mix of talks on various topics. I hope you are as excited as I am!
This week, we have recorded 136 commits from 37 contributors (including 8 first-time contributors)! Thank you for making Rails better for everyone!
Along with #on_weekend?, you can now easily find out if a certain day falls on a weekday (M-F). The question is, do you really want to know?
Saying goodbye is certainly hard, but having to listen for one might just be worse. Luckily for us, all of these are abstracted deep inside Action Cable, so we will never have to go through that ourselves.
Dependency injection might not be a virtue, but in this case, it certainly helps keeping things neatly isolated from each other.
A while ago, tagged logging became the default on production on Rails 5. Now the tags are included in the logs for errors too!
With this patch, Rails 5 will automatically clear the ActionMailer::Base.deliveries array in between your integration tests.
We can now pass nested hashes or arrays to button_to helpers's params option.
That's all for This week in Rails. As always, there are plenty of things we're not able to cover here, so take a look at the changes yourself.
Until next time!