Rails

Rails improves the "in_order_of" querying method

The query that previously only used to allow symbolic column names, now handles string values.

How to enable Rails CSRF Protection?

Let’s find out what cross-site request forgery (CSRF) is, how it works in Rails, and understand how we can prevent CSRF vulnerabilities.

Rails now uses error_highlight to locate the columns where an error is present

With the help of Ruby 3.1's error_highlight functionality, Rails can now pinpoint the exact column where an error is present.

Rails 7 adds default value support for binary columns for SQLite

Binary columns now behave like other column types with default values in SQLite.

Rails 7 updates through_reflection to distribute transactions across database connections

Models that use multiple databases now perform writes within a single transaction.

ActiveRecord::QueryMethods#select adds support for hash values in Rails 7.1

ActiveRecord::QueryMethods#select adds support for hash values in Rails 7.1

Rails extends routes searching to include dynamic URL params

Now search for `cats/10/toys/15` instead of `cats/:cat_id/toys/:id`, making it easier to find the route you're looking for.

Rails "ActionController::Parameters.to_h" can now receive a block

ActionController::Parameters.to_h will now receive a block just like Hash#to_h and achieve parity. This gives the ability to customize the way parameters are passed to the controller.

Rails 7 now reads ENV["SCHEMA_FORMAT"] when doing rails db:schema:{dump,load}

Previously rails db:schema:{dump,load} would only dump Ruby format. Now it reads ENV["SCHEMA_FORMAT"] to choose between Ruby and SQL formats.

ActiveRecord methods touch and update_columns no longer work for readonly models

Readonly models get updated when touch or update_columns is called.