#103 [Rails Upgrade News #103] Ruby 3.3.3, Rails Performance Guide, and multiple database support...

Happy Thursday!

Here is issue #103 of our newsletter with news and the best tools for your current or future Rails projects…

1. Developers can ensure efficient data handling by configuring and managing databases at the application and model levels. ​Henrique​ shares more about ​Leveraging multiple databases in Rails applications​ and how it can enhance scalability and performance.

2. Check out this helpful information about Validating belongs_to association in Rails.

3. Ruby 3.3.3 has been released 🚀 It includes memory leak fixes and bug fixes for YJIT.

🚀 Need an Action Plan to Upgrade to Rails 7.2 and Ruby 3.3?

Discover the work and effort it takes to upgrade and ensure security compliance. Backed by 30,000+ hours on upgrades, your zero-downtime upgrade journey begins here. The Upgrade Roadmap by @FastRubyIO allows you to know how long it will take to upgrade before you begin.

4. There is a new official guide for Rails performance tuning: Tuning Performance for Deployment. Great advice to configure your application, server, and focus on the most impactful things.

5. Async Ruby on Rails: Great tips on boosting performance by leveraging async jobs.

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