#85 ๐Ÿ’Ž Ruby 3.3's YJIT performance improvements, fixed-cost upgrade services for JavaScript, and deploying with kamal.

Happy Wednesday!

Here is issue #85 of our newsletter, for news and the best tools for your current or future Rails projects...

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uby 3.3's YJIT boosts Shopify's production speed by 15%. Learn the behind-the-scenes optimizations that make this possible.

2. ๐Ÿ”‘ JRuby is out, boasting Ruby 2.6.x compatibility, key fixes for keyword arguments, updated standard libraries, and enhanced JVM integration. See what's new.

๐Ÿ” POV: One of your microservices is running on production with a really, really old version of Node.

If only there was a solution that allowed startups, founders and SMB's to chip away at tech debt while not delaying shipping features, releasing patches, or any other high priorities in your product roadmap...

It's Bonsai, by UpgradeJS. ๐ŸŒณ Fixed-cost JavaScript upgrade services starting at $2,000/month.

You don't need to be stuck on webpacker when you know you should migrate to esbuild. With Bonsai by UpgradeJS you can focus on product roadmapโ€”we'll take care of the technical debt. Talk to us today.

4. โšก Discover TruffleRuby's latest enhancements: now updated to Ruby 3.2.2, boasting significant performance boosts, and packed with a plethora of bug fixes and compatibility improvements. Dive in.

5. ๐Ÿš€ Learn how to deploy a Rails app seamlessly with kamal, a new tool for Docker container deployment. It offers a streamlined process similar to Capistranoโ€”but with the power of containers. Dive into the setup, server configurations, environment variables, and handy commands to get your app up and running.

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