You’ve successfully updated to Rails 6.1? Congratulations!
Updating to 6.1 can be a huge task for many companies, especially if the codebase was a few versions behind. (We should know, we help people with those updates).
If you have recently updated your app then congratulations, we know how big an achievement that is.
But you’ve probably realized that Rails 7.0 is going to create another headache, especially if you don’t keep all your gems updated over the next year.
Note: If you’re on version 2.3, 3.2, 4.2 or 5.2 and are contemplating the work required for upgrading, check out The Roadmap