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Short Ruby News - Edition #45
Discover the world of Ruby in this comprehensive newsletter covering week 22 of 2023. Find code samples, community updates, gems, resources, and thought-provoking discussions.
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🧰 Gems, Libraries, and Updates
🧰 Mike Dalessio announced that Update Action View to use sanitizers based on HTML5 parsing is merged to Rails 7.1
🧰 Jamie Tanna announced the launch of `openapi-sorbet`, a command-line tool for generating Sorbet types from OpenAPI. Link to repository for schema-sorbet:
🧰 Jason Meller announced a PR was merged to Rails about Pass params to url_for that ONLY get used for named segments; otherwise discard them
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🗞️ Greg Molnar published a new edition of Rails Tricks - Modify database schema with migrations - Rails Tricks Issue 9
🎧 The Build And Learn Podcast published an episode about Build and Learn | Chris Oliver: Building a Life (and Businesses) on Rails
🎧 The Ruby On Rails Podcast published a new episode about All I Wanted Was An Environment Variable (thoughtbot) with Victoria Guido and Joe Ferris
📽️ 🎥 Videos
🎥 GoRails published a video about The difference between Link_to vs Button_to in Ruby on Rails
Carla Urrea Stabile published a new article about What's the Right Authorization Model for My Application?
Konnor Rogers published a new article about button_to vs link_to and the pitfalls of data-turbo-method
Keshav Biswa published a new article about Shaping Rails to Your Needs, Customizing Rails Generators using Thor Templates
Gowsik Vivekanandan published an article about Extract Sample Rate of an Audio File with Audio Analyzer in Rails 7.1
Dr Nic Williams published an article about 7 steps to setting up Stripe payments with Jumpstart Pro
Akshay Khot published an article about Generating Secure Tokens on Your ActiveRecord Models
Akshay Khot published an article about How to Create a Form with Multiple Submit Buttons to Different URL Endpoints
Ben Sheldon published a new article about Rebuilding Concurrent Ruby: ScheduledTask, Event, and TimerSet
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