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πŸ’Ž Ruby Radar #55 - Happy Father's Day!

Welcome to the 55th issue of Ruby Radar! Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there (like Collin). We have lots of great content for you today so kick back, relax, and enjoy!

Bridgetown 1.1 beta is out and there’s some cool things it does. We hear more about a demo Andrew did for Bridgetown Torchlight and a Rails Extension Power Pack he released. Jason explains some lessons he added to his Active Record course, and we hear about a new tier at Podia which is free. Yes folks, you read that right, FREE!

Brittany had questions about how to contribute to Ruby but luckily, Jemma was here to explain the process and explain her most recent proposal: Object shapes for Ruby. Object shapes are a technique for representing properties of an object. The two then debate reaching sustainable open source software.

In this post I describe how I switched our backend from ActionCable to AnyCable to for more scalable and better performing web sockets.

After forgetting to update Twilio webhook URLs to ngrok pointing to my local environment one too many times, I wanted to see if there was a way to automate that process and not have to worry about it again.

You can now preorder "Product Focused Ruby" from Kasper's Podia site!

Configuration library for Ruby gems and applications

  • Fixed that released gems include the correct version of Tailwind CSS (3.1.3, not 3.0.3) by @dhh

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