Ruby Weekly
Issue 295 — April 28, 2016
A very wide variety of minor bugfixes - no security issues, however.

Ross Kaffenberger
A look at using the bundle config command to develop against local gems instead of specifying a :path option in your Gemfile.

Tony Arcieri
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Sports a clean design and includes full-text search, email notifications, Markdown post formatting, a permissions system, and more.

Brandon Hilkert
An exploration of post-install messages, including what they are, how to set them up, when to use them, etc.

Daniel P. Clark
Updating a dynamic webpage using AJAX from Rails without using a JavaScript front-end framework.

Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski shows you how to speed up your app’s performance with various Rails-based caching techniques.


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