Hi there! This is Andy, bringing you another edition of This Week in Rails. Let's dive in.
We had 23 awesome people who helped make Rails better this week, with 4 first-time contributors! Would you like to help as well? Head over to the 👉 issues list.
In some situations, a user may want to configure the delivery job in order to have better control over errors. This adds an option to make that possible.
This change makes a small improvement to the performance of initializing an ActiveModel instance. The other interesting thing I learned about was the "magic comment" `# frozen_string_literal: true`. Check the PR for details.
The hash provided to update_columns is turned into an UPDATE query. Passing an id key resulted in an update to the id column, even if the model uses a different primary key. This fixes that!
A newer feature, now with documentation explaining how and when to use `delegate`, and `delegate_missing_to`.
That's it for this week, as always, we couldn't cover all of the changes, but feel free to check all the commits from this week.

Until next week! 👋👋
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