02 Mar '13, 7pm

Get going with Ruby 2.0 and Rails 4.0

This week brought a great leap forward for Rails development with the release of Ruby 2.0.0 (final) and Rails 4.0.0 (beta). Ruby 2.0 makes Rails much faster. You’ll love the speed improvement. Rails 4 brings new features with new twists on implementing Rails applications. Rails 4 final is a few months away but you can install Rails 4.0.0.beta1 now to get familiar with the changes coming in Rails 4. For projects in production, or deploying to production in the next few months, upgrade your applications to Rails 3.2.13 which patches Rails to fully support Ruby 2.0.0. I’ve written two articles to help you get started with Ruby 2.0 and Rails 4.0. Installing Rails Updating Rails The first article details how to install Ruby 2.0 with two different versions of Rails so you can easily switch between versions to work on production applications or begin work on new applications with...

Full article: http://blog.railsapps.org/post/44389703404/ruby-2-0-and-r...

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