#42 Ruby 3.0.2 Released; The includes method in Rails

Happy Wednesday!

Here is issue #042 of our newsletter, where we collect news and tools that we find interesting for your Rails project.

1. Ruby 3.0.2, 2.7.4, and 2.6.8 have been released.: These versions include security fixes. Make sure to upgrade. 🔐

2. Under the Hood of the includes Method in Rails: An explanation of how includes works and in which case we should be using it.

3. Understanding How Rbenv, RubyGems And Bundler Work Together: A look into how the pieces involved in Ruby dependency management work together.

4. The L in SOLID: This is the third post in the series where we take a deeper look at each of the SOLID principles.

5. Rails 7 adds previously_persisted? method to ActiveRecord: This article showcases the new method previously_persisted? that returns whether an object was part of a database table in the past and now is deleted. 🛤️

We hope you find these links useful. Feel free to forward it to your friends! ;)

Have a nice week!

The FastRuby.io team.

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