Performance Gains in Ruby 3.3- String.dup vs. String#+Ruby 3.3 optimizes String.dup to match the speed of String#+, allowing developers to choose based on preference without sacrificing performance.
ActiveStorage now pre-processes PDFs and videosRails now pre-processes previewable files such as PDFs and videos. Previously it only pre-processed images.
Rubygems introduced a file option to specify Ruby version in GemfileRubygems introduced a :file option so that we can read the Ruby version from a file.
Rails 7.1 Adds path_params Option For url_for Helper Methodpath_params allows specified params to be used exclusively for named segments under scoped routing without unnecessarily appending parameters to every URL.
ECMAScript - Grouping arrays using Object.groupBy and Map.groupByThis blog explains the features of the latest ECMAScript proposal Object.groupBy and Map.groupBy that reached stage 4.
Ruby 3.3 Implements Range#reverse_each Method For Very Large or Beginless Ranges And Error Handling For Endless RangesRange#reverse_each can now process beginless ranges with an Integer endpoint and raises TypeError for endless ranges.
Tailwind vs BootstrapThis blog explores the differences between Tailwind CSS and Bootstrap, assisting developers in selecting the optimal framework for their projects.
Rails 7.1 Introduced Validate Option For EnumsRails 7.1 added a validate option for enums, which will allow developers to validate the passed enum values before saving it.
From Headscratchers to Heroes - Demystifying Closures in ReactReact has a secret superpower - Closures! They're like hidden helpers that make React's coolest features work smoothly. In this blog, we'll learn how closures secretly make React awesome!
Automate Fly Postgres Database Backup & Store To S3 bucket With GitHub ActionsDiscover how GitHub Actions empowers automation to effortlessly backup Fly.io hosted postgres databases, saving backups to a designated S3 bucket.