Tips to make React application more accessibleMaking web applications accessible to all the users is an important aspect to be considered while developing. React fully supports building accessible websites, often by using standard HTML techniques.
Rails introduces ActiveRecord::Persistence#update_attribute!While update_attribute was used to bypass validations, update_attribute! now does the same but raises ActiveRecord::RecordNotSaved in case of any errors encountered in `before_*` callbacks.
Rails 7 now introduces support for generated columns with PostgresRails 7 now adds support for generated (virtual) columns to the PostgreSQL adapter that has been available since PSQL v12.
Typography - Creating our Visual IdentityPart 3 of our Visual Identity series involves Typography that expresses the personality of our company, its values and emotions.
Deep dive into the new Suspense Server-side Rendering ( SSR ) architecture in React 18The new SSR foundation allows us to combine streaming server-side rendering with a new approach to hydration - Selective Hydration! It also prioritizes hydrating the parts the user is interacting with, creating an illusion of instant hydration.
Rails 7 renders accurate plain text output for nested fieldsPlain text rendering of nested fields now reserves indentation.
Rails 7 allows setting timestamps on insert_all/upsert_all record creationAll relevant timestamp columns (`created_at`, `created_on`, `updated_at`, `updated_on`) are now set via ActiveRecord when using mass insertion queries.
Cypress 9.2.0 will throw an error when a user attempts to update a read-only config valueCypress will throw an error when a user attempts to update a read-only configuration value at run-time using either the Test Configuration or using Cypress.config().
Sneak peek into React 18 useDeferredValue hookThe useDeferredValue hook allows us to mark some tasks as less important, making the app feel more responsive, thereby improving the user experience.
Rails 7 adds better support for custom enum types in PostgreSQLWith Rails 7, use create_enum to add a new enum type and t.enum to add a column.