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What's New in Edge Rails #33

Week of August 6 - August 12, 2012

Not a hugely busy week, though there's plenty of tinkering going on inside things like routing and associations still.

  • DHH stepped in at fb883318 to revert the generation of humans.txt when making new applications. He may not make a lot of commits these days but his opinions are still important.
  • 2a290f7f introduces a default_headers config option, making it easy to apply HTTP headers to every response your application generates.

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