This week in Rails
Jul 29 2018
Better instrumentation, enhanced Postgres helpers and more
Hello from London! The heatwave is finally over and we can get back to 🌧. This is
, bringing you the latest Rails updates.
Add cpu time, idle time, and allocations features to log subscriber events
The change makes it much easier to instrument CPU time and object allocations with
Prefer rails command over bin/rails
In some files we recommended using
, in others
. The inconsistency is now fixed
as the recommended executable? It does all the heavy lifting of dispatching to the app appropriate Rails version, so that's why users don't need to target
PostgreSQL 10 new relkind for partitioned tables
The PR brings support for Postgres' partitioned tables to
Add strict argument checking to Active Record callbacks
will now raise when they receive unsupported arguments.
contributed to Rails this week. You can see all the changes
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Autumn is here, and so is Rails 7 Alpha 2! 🍂
Rails 7 alpha released
Bye-bye Byebug, Hello jsbundling and cssbundling!
Remove default reliance on Sass and more!
Good-bye classic mode, --skip-puma, --skip-gemfile.. hello weekday_options_for_select!
ESM importmap and Marginalia
Active Record goodies and more!
Favicons, InvalidAuthenticityToken message gains, Journey optimizations and more!
Active record improvements and much more
Performance and parallel testing improvements and more!