This week in Rails
Dec 2 2018
Safety checks to prevent database writes, cache performance boost and more
Cheers for the first day of December! This is
bringing you the latest news from the Rails world.
Use raw time string from DB to generate ActiveRecord#cache_version
The PR skips unnecessary attribute casting when generating cache version, which gives a great performance boost for apps that rely on caching.
Add ability to block writes to a database
A brand new
method on Active Record connection allows you to add safety checks for code that's not supposed to write to a database.
Bump the minimum version of PostgreSQL to 9.3
PostgreSQL 9.1 and 9.2 have been declared EOL more than a year ago.
contributed to Rails last week. If you want to be part of that, check out the
Until next time!
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