Bundler makes sure Ruby applications run the same code on every machine. It does this by managing the gems that the application depends on. We try to keep an eye on what is going on in a bundler’s world. And today we are happy to announce that Bundler 2.0 released!
As Rails agency, Syndicode knows that the default Rails dependency management can easily lead to large memory footprint because it loads all gems even if they are unused. That’s why today we’d like to share with you the material about reducing memory usage in Rails by tuning Gemfile!
While there is Ruby 2.6 expected this Christmas, we have news about mruby. mruby is a lightweight Ruby implementation designed for embedding or linking with other apps. Recently a new version of mruby 2.0.0 was released! New features include keyword arguments and argument deconstruction.
Are you ready for Ruby 2.6? It is expected to be released right on Christmas, on December 25. Last time we presented you MJIT (‘Just-in-Time Compiler’) available in Ruby 2.6. Now we’d love to tell you about other neat Ruby 2.6 new features to know!