Ecma International approves ECMAScript 2022ECMAScript 2022 is officially a standard now! Let's see what's new in ECMAScript 2022.
Overuse of Rails enginesIn this post, we will see how the overuse of engines could lead to some serious issues.
Rails for Multi database defines reading_request? in resolverRails moves reading_request? method from the DatabaseSelector to the DatabaseSelector::Resolver class so that we can override the method in custom Resolver.
Rails 7.1 extends audio_tag and video_tag to accept Active Storage attachmentsRails 7.1 extends audio_tag and video_tag to accept Active Storage attachments
Rails allows specifying the maximum number of records that will be destroyed in a single background job.Rails adds an active record configuration to limit the maximum number of dependent records destroyed in a single background job.
Rails now provides pattern matching support for ActiveModelRails now provides pattern matching support for ActiveModel (and transitively ActiveRecord)
Rails allows using aliased attributes with insert_all and upsert_allRails is continuously adding convenience to make active record queries more flexible. Now, Rails has added support to use aliased attributes with insert/upsert_all.
Know how to rollout and rollback deployments in KubernetesAs people and businesses increasingly depend on SaaS products, DevOps have started on creating reliable infrastructure. Reducing deployment downtime is at the top of their priority list. In this post, we will see how Kubernetes handles this gracefully.