#84 Rails Versions, released, YJIT, ActionCable, and optimizing code.

Happy Wednesday!

Here is issue #84 of our newsletter, for news and the best tools for your current or future Rails projects...


🧠 Discover how YJIT can supercharge your Ruby code to outperform even C extensions, revolutionizing the conventional wisdom of performance optimization in Ruby. Read more.

2. ⚒️ In an in depth interview, Vladimir Dementyev discusses his new book 'Layered Design for Ruby on Rails Applications,' diving into the Extended Rails Way, the importance of maintainability, and how to build web apps with Rails that stand the test of time. Save this one.

🚨 Rails Versions, have been released! And with this news, here's your bi-weekly PSA that...

Every moment you delay upgrading, you're not just falling behind—you're accumulating technical debt that stifles innovation and drains resources.
🌳 With Bonsai, you can focus on what you do best—growing your business—while we ensure your tech is up-to-date, secure, and optimized. For $2k/month, you're not just getting a monthly maintenance package; Bonsai is a ticket to a future-proof, high-performing web application.
Imagine a world where you're not just keeping up, but setting the pace in your industry—all while your tech debt magically takes care of itself. Start today.

4. 🚀 Unlock the power of enhanced broadcasting with ActionCable in Ruby on Rails, as James Brooks reveals how to optimize real-time updates and reduce server load by broadcasting only to active subscribers—perfect for large-scale, dynamic applications.

5. Streamline your Ruby on Rails application by learning how to restrict routes with the :only and :except options, as Nelson Figueroa shows you how to optimize your code for better performance and maintainability.

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