03 Dec '13, 4am

Rails 4.0: Beta 1 released!

Hot on the heels of the first production version of Ruby 2.0 comes the first beta version of Rails 4.0. The two form a great pair and are already running in production on a number of applications, including Basecamp Breeze . In fact, Ruby 2.0 is the preferred Ruby to use with Rails 4.0. The purpose of this beta is to get as many people as possible to try to upgrade from Rails 3.2 and earlier and to get an adventurous few to start new applications directly on Rails 4.0. That's the only way we're going to suss out all the issues and ensure that we can launch a solid final release. So please help us with that if you can! Rails 4.0 is packed with new goodies and farewells to old goodies past their expiration date. A big focus has been on making it dead simple to build modern web applications that are screaming fast without needing to go the client-side JS/JSON server route. Mu...

Full article: http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2013/2/26/Rails-4-0-beta1/

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