The past fortnight saw a new version release of one of our most popular gems!🎉
Also, a major theme I noticed during this time is: “Versions! Upgrades,
backwards compatibility, and compliance!”
Contributions were made to the following projects: Administrate,
thoughtbot’s Guides, and thoughtbot’s
Administrate is a framework for
creating flexible, powerful admin dashboards in
Marwan Rabbâa (waghanza) enabled Rails 7 on CI
Nick Charlton (nickcharlton) added GitHub
Actions as an ecosystem for Dependabot to help keep on top of Actions versions
Lorenzo Zabot (Uaitt) bumped the version of
dependabot[bot] bumped the versions of
factory_bot is a library for
setting up Ruby objects as test data.
Mike Burns (mike-burns) cut factory_bot
Release notes can be found
You can read more about this new version in
a blog post here.
Sean Doyle (seanpdoyle) documented integration
with Ruby 2.7 numbered block parameters and 3.0 Hash literal value omission
Rails integration for factory_bot.
Caleb Hearth (calebhearth) added
projections.json for Rails.vim support
Sean Doyle (seanpdoyle) added validations to
reject sequence definitions for Active Record primary keys by default
Mike Burns (mike-burns) fixed a CI bug that
resulted from Bundler 2.4.19 removing the “Using ” lines
thoughtbot’s Guides for working
together, getting things done, programming well, and programming in style.
Dorian Marié (dorianmarie) and Louis
rewrote and reformatted “Working Together” for readability and clarity
thoughtbot stylelint Config is
a sharable stylelint configuration that enforces
thoughtbot’s Sass guides.
Silumesii Maboshe (smaboshe) added Dependabot for
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