Running a Rails Consultancy- looking back at 2022We went through many ups and downs and looking forward to a brighter year ahead
Rails optimizes ActiveRecord batching for whole table iterationsResponse times for batch queries have significantly improved by moving to a range-based iteration strategy.
Styling form inputs(checkbox, radio, range, and progress) with accent-colorThe new CSS accent-color property is capable of editing the accented color of form controls provided by the browser’s default styles with a custom color value. In this article we’ll take a look at what it does and how to use it alongside color-scheme for simple, accessible checkboxes and radio button.
Release of Postgres15Identify the perks and deprecated features of Postgres15
Enumerable#many? now forwards all block parametersWhen used in conjunction with each_with_index Enumerable#many? does not forward index parameter unlike Enumerable#any?.
Rails now supports routes prefixed with word cableRails improved its support for routes which helps us to navigate to routes prefixed with word cable which were throwing 404 errors before.
Evaluating Media queries in a Range ContextMedia Queries Level 4 specification has introduced a new syntax for writing media queries that have a range type. We can now use common mathematical comparison operators like <, >,<=, >= instead of min/max prefixes.
Rails serializes store data as a regular hash instead of using HWIASerializing store objects with ActiveSupport::HashWithIndifferentAccess is both a wasteful and an insecure option. Instead Rails now encodes store as a regular hash and casts it back to HWIA before accessing.
Learn about tree shaking in Webpack 5Tree shaking is a technique used by webpack to optimize the builds for production and reducing the build size by shaking off the dead code from its branches (modules).
Rails 7.1 adds include_seconds option to datetime_field.Rails now allows to omit seconds part in the input field by adding the include_seconds option to datetime_field