Unless more regressions are found this will likely be the last release for Rails 4.2. If you’d like to join them, why not check out the list of open issues?
If you use Active Storage, you can now easily provide image previews for PDF files and videos!
This PR introduces Active Support:: Key Rotator which provides an interface for easily rotating between different encryption ciphers or message digests, salts, and secrets.
If no new regressions found, the final should be released mid next week.
Rails 5.2 will introduce a new credentials configuration file to store encrypted data like API keys and the secret key base.
This week 21 people contributed to Rails, including 4 for the first time! If you’d like to know more you can check out the full list of changes yourself. If you too want to contribute to Rails, head over to the issues to help us out!
If you’d like to join them and perhaps get a slot in next week’s edition, why not check out the list of open issues? Previously Rails auto-generated alt text for an image from the file name if it was not provided with an .
If you’d like to join them, check out the list of open issues. The spec is still in draft but Rails is ready to support it along with Puma.
Check this blog post to know more about this feature.If for some reason the frontend code tries to unsubscribe from a non existing Action Cable subscription, then a friendly error message will be displayed: Hi there! Step by step we are getting closer to the first beta of Rails 5.2.Check out the changes that occurred in Ra-Ra-Rails-land last week.All the code that was deprecated in Rails 5.1 is now removed in one fell swoop by the Rails 5.2 release manager — now you know how these removals are handled too, so please don’t send individual removal PRs.Psssst: it also brings us another step closer to the first 5.2 beta.This PR fixes a bug when assigning symbols to method now yields the actual error to the block instead of the exception class. If you’d like to join them, why not check out the list of open issues?