This is Greg and Wojtek bringing you the latest news about Rails in these crazy times.
Have you ever lost time on some strange Rails issue? Would you like to make it go away, so the others won’t do the same?
It is an initiative running this month to improve Rails, especially for the first time users.
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This year RailsConf took place online. You can already watch all the videos. Take a look at the official announcement or
jump straight to the playlist here.
This version fixes warnings when used with Ruby 2.7 altogether with many other framework bug fixes.
With this addition it is possible to listen on more specific action view layout rendering instrumentation.
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It is now possible to control which test files to execute by setting DEFAULT_TEST or DEFAULT_TEST_EXCLUDE environment variables.
Count and average always returns a numeric value, but sum, maximum, and minimum did not always return a numeric value if aggregated on a custom attribute type.
The type information for type casting is entirely separated to type object, so if anyone does passing a column to type_cast in Rails 6, they are likely doing something wrong. See the PR for a more thorough explanation.
In the past, the SQLite3 adapter relied on allowed_index_name_length, but it is no longer needed so it got deprecated.
in_clause_length also got deprecated in
38 people contributed since our last issue. You can check the full list of changes. Keep safe out there!