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Issue 313 — September 1, 2016
Shyouhei Urabe
This is only a pull request discussion, but hints at forthcoming performance improvements for Ruby 3. A ‘deoptimization engine’ would allow MRI to heavily optimize and JIT compile code but then revert optimizations when more advanced Ruby features are used. More discussion on Hacker News.


Adam Luzsi
A Sinatra-inspired framework being used in production to run microservices on Heroku.


Slashdot
DHH explains where the name ‘Rails’ came from, what software he uses (his editor is TextMate 2), and why he still loves Ruby.


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Tom Dalling
Explores the various steps of a Rails request. This covers Rack, the router, your controller code, and the response.


Sid Krishnan
A thorough walk through using the Interactor Pattern to reduce the size and responsibility of your controllers.


Ilya Bodrov
How to add support for internationalization in a Rails app, where to store translations, what localized views are, how to format dates and times, etc.


Dalibor Nasevic
Octoshark is an ActiveRecord connection manager that provides connection switching mechanisms for scenarios involving master-slave, sharding or multi-tenant architecture.


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