Riding Rails

The official Ruby on Rails (RoR) framework blog

What is docrails?


over 2 years ago by fxn on Riding Rails.
Over the years I have seen some confusion about what is exactly docrails and how it relates to the documentation of Ruby on Rails. This post explains everything...

[ANN] Rails 3.2.2 has been released!


over 2 years ago by aaronp on Riding Rails.
Rails 3.2.2 has been released. This release contains various bug fixes and two important security fixes. All users are recommended to upgrade as soonCHANG...

[ANN] Rails 3.1.4 has been released!


over 2 years ago by aaronp on Riding Rails.
Rails 3.1.4 has been released. This release contains various bug fixes and two important security fixes. All users are recommended to upgrade as soonCHANG...

[ANN] Rails 3.0.12 has been released!


over 2 years ago by aaronp on Riding Rails.
Rails 3.0.12 has been released. This release contains various bug fixes and two important security fixes. All users are recommended to upgrade as soon...

Edge Rails: PATCH is the new primary HTTP method for updates


over 2 years ago by fxn on Riding Rails.
What is PATCH? The HTTP method PUT means resource creation or replacement at some given URL. Think files, for example. If you upload a file to S3 at some...

Rails 3.2.1 has been released


over 2 years ago by fxn on Riding Rails.
Rails 3.2.1 is out, with some fixes and doc improvements. Please check the CHANGELOGs gist for details. ...

Rails 3.2.0: Faster dev mode & routing, explain queries, tagged logger, store


almost 3 years ago by David Heinemeier Hansson on Riding Rails.
So we didn’t quite make the December release date as we intended, but hey, why break a good tradition and start hitting release targets now! In any case...

Rails 3.2.0.rc2 has been released!


almost 3 years ago by spastorino on Riding Rails.
Hi everyone, Rails 3.2.0.rc2 has been released! What to update in your apps Update your Gemfile to depend on rails ~> 3.2.0.rc2 Update your Gemfile...

Rails/master is now 4.0.0.beta


almost 3 years ago by David Heinemeier Hansson on Riding Rails.
The forthcoming 3.2.x release series will be the last branch of Rails that supports Ruby 1.8.7. There’s a new 3-2-stable branch in git to track the changes...

Rails 3.2 RC1: Faster dev mode & routing, explain queries, tagged logger, store


almost 3 years ago by David Heinemeier Hansson on Riding Rails.
Once you’ve boarded the Rails train, you just know that every stop along the way is going to be a good time. This release candidate is no different and...