Ruby Weekly
Issue 282 — January 28, 2016
Aaron 'tenderlove' Patterson
Rails 5.0.0.beta1.1,,,, and rails-html-sanitizer 1.0.3 have been released in response to several recently disclosed vulnerabilities.

Santiago Pastorino
“In this post, we’re going to upgrade a Rails 4.2.5 application to Rails 5.0.0.beta1.1.” Very useful stuff from a member of the Rails Core team.

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D.E. Akers
One of those ‘fun but really not for production’ Ruby experiments we see so few of nowadays.

Joey Schoblaska
A quick look at building a live updating/real-time Chess game on top of Rails 5 and ActionCable.

Phil Nash
Two factor authentication keeps your users’ accounts secure by requiring a second factor of authentication (e.g. a phone). Authy is a Twilio service that provides two factor authentication as an API.

Eliot Sykes
Run bundler-audit regularly to be alerted of known vulnerabilities in your dependencies.


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