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What's New in Edge Rails #22

Week of May 21 - May 27, 2012

In addition to the features I've called out below, there's still plenty of internal tinkering going on with Rails 4.0. This week included some work on deep methods to manipulate hashes and removing a batch of dependencies on Pathname.

  • 43fa48e5 moves the root route to the top of the generated routes.rb file. I'm mildly surprised that this hasn't spawned another flame war.
  • As of 1ce4b5b3 and b02d14aa there is broader helper support for various HTML5 input types, including color, month, week, datetime, and datetime-local.
  • You can use the /rails/info/routes path in development to show the equivalent of rake routes in the browser starting with cb44e0fe.

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