It’s been a minute since our last update. I like to think of “This Week” as more of a guideline rather than a strict rule.
Folks were busy the past few weeks and we saw updates to Art Vandelay, Administrate, Flightdeck, Shoulda Matchers, Shoulda, Shoulda Context, thoughtbot’s dotfiles, thoughtbot’s ESLint Config, FormProps, and AWS Database Modules for Terraform.
Two of which saw new versions cut. Read on to find out which ones!
Art Vandelay is an importer/exporter for Rails 6.0 and higher.
Administrate is a framework for creating flexible, powerful admin dashboards in Rails.
Flightdeck provides Terraform modules for rapidly building production-grade Kubernetes clusters following SRE practices.
Shoulda Matchers provides simple one-liner tests for common Rails functionality.
Shoulda helps you write more understandable, maintainable Rails-specific tests under Minitest and Test::Unit.
Shoulda Context makes it easy to write understandable and maintainable tests under Minitest and Test::Unit within Rails projects or plain Ruby projects.
thoughtbot dotfiles is a set of vim, zsh, git, and tmux configuration files.
Stefanni Brasil (stefannibrasil) and Mina
Slater (minaslater) added a convenient command
to fetch a PR from an upstream remote repo with only the PR number and name of
the local branch
$ co-upstream-pr 001 test_generator_pr
Stephen Hanson (stevehanson)
updated the TypeScript peerDependency to allow earlier versions of TS
and bumped the gem’s version to 1.0.1
He also allowed using void keyword with promises (977cdd1) and cut version 1.0.2 (12fce57).
🎉 Release notes can be found here.
FormProps is a Rails form builder that outputs HTML props instead of tags. Now you can enjoy the power and convenience of Rails helpers in React!
AWS Database Modules for Terraform provides Terraform modules to provision databases on AWS.
added a module for creating a Kafka cluster using AWS managed streaming for
Kafka service (MSK)
He also enabled custom kms encryption for Elasticache and RDS (a425532).
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