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Using Angular with Rails 5

Before you can decide on a front-end for your Rails app, you need a feel for the options. Does a particular JS framework speak to you or does it make you feel dirty inside? There’s only one way to find out! In this article, Julio Sampaio walks us through creating an Angular app from scratch and integrating it with a Rails back-end via webpacker. https://www.honeybadger.io/blog/angular-rails-5/

TinyHooks has been released

I just released a TinyHooks, a helper library to easily define hooks for your classes and modules. If you’re a gem author, please try it out or read the code (only 64 lines!) and give some feedback!

Is this like an alternative to ActiveSupport callbacks?
TinyHooks is similar to ActuveSupport::Callbacks, but there are a few major dif…

ShinyCMS 21.04 (April 2021) - the 'Respecting Boundaries' release

Main addition in this release (and cause of some fairly major code shuffling) is Packwerk, to help define and enforce plugin boundaries. Also routes partials, bullet N+1 warnings in dev, CodeClimate coverage reporting to go alongside CodeCov, and improvements to various base controllers, base mailers, concerns, etc for plugins to inherit from.

More detail in the release notes. …
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