This is Washington with the latest news from Rails!
Again we start pointing to the 40 people who took some time to improve the framework this week!
After a round of release candidates here goes the latest stable releases. Hopefully a quite easy upgrade if you’ve been following the latest security patches.
Hash#dig, this easter egg for Ruby 2.3.0 users was introduced this week and should land with Rails 5.
One last piece of a non-native JSON data type, aka Ruby symbols, was normalized so that one can make successful run time checks.
This is done so that actions using
respond_to blocks go hand in hand with Rails 5 default
:no_content response for missing templates.
Improved compatibility for marshalled objects between Rails versions, e.g. Rails 4.0.x and 4.2.x
Give a proper context to queries involving a
default_scope triggered from a subclass of
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!