To compare two dates and/or times we'd use the standard < and > operators. Now date arithmetic is a little easier with today.before?(tomorrow) and today.after?(yesterday). Thus joining today.between?(yesterday, tomorrow). Your app now has no excuse not to show up on time!
In the vein of delegate :name, to: :person, prefix: true adding person_name, your store attributes now houses the same trick to squash duplicate accessors. Also sports specific prefixes to really clear the path of method name clashing.
Rails has long had a way to incrementally force users onto HTTPS, a controller level force_ssl! Times have changed and Rails 6.0 deprecates that option in favor of the app-wide config.force_ssl so every endpoint will use HTTPS.
There were many more changes to Rails' codebase, which you can check out here. Until next week!