PHPDay, WebSummerCamp and LaraCon. Symfony CVEs. Laravel 9 release date is pushed back. PHP announces 8.1 release date and deprecates ticks. Laravel celebrates its 10th birthday!
JSCAMP Virtual is open for registrations. Angular DevTools released. Vue will drop IE11 support. React 18 roadmap is discussed.
RailsConf videos are up. RubyConf 2021 will be in-person. A REXML CVE. Basecamp fallout. Discussion of testing and containers.
EuroPython, PyCon, DjangoCon, and SciPy rev up. A PyDoc CVE. Flask has a major new release. FastAPI and Django have minor releases. Discussions on a faster python
Several in-person Go conferences this year. The go collective has joined StackOverflow. A TinyGo release. Discussions on fuzzing and Generics.
Good docs make happy customers. But documentation is HARD. You have to figure out what's important and write it up in a way that's tailored to your audiences and consistent across the site. Now you need to set up a website, publish the docs and maintain them as your product changes. Fortunately, we have seasoned technical writer Kate Bartolo here to walk us through the whole process.
Rails apps tend to start simple, with clean models and controllers. Then you start adding features. Before you know it, your models and controllers are big, unwieldy, and hard to understand. Refactoring into service objects is a great way to split these big pieces up, so they're easier to understand, test, and maintain.
Rbenv, RubyGems, and Bundler work together to give us a lot of control over our code's environment. If you know how they work, you'll be better prepared to troubleshoot any problems you encounter. In this article, Olasubomi walks us through the basics of how these three tools do what they do.
Code is never self-contained. It runs in an environment. Docker lets you define that environment in a simple and portable way. That's why pretty much every automated testing and deployment service works with docker containers. You give them a container, and done! But how do you set up a container to use for testing your Rails app? In this article, we'll show you.
Authentication is at the heart of most web development, yet it is difficult to get right. In this article, Diogo Souza discusses common security problems with authentication systems and how you can resolve them. Even if you never build an authentication system from scratch (you shouldn't), understanding these security concerns will help you make sure whatever authentication system you use is doing its job.