Look good to me.



Dne 29.9.2016 v 21:38 Glen Rundblom napsal(a):

Ah, I understand now, thank you Vit!

I have made that change.

Here is what I have now (in text mode instead of the HTML paste I was doing):

4.1.1. Ruby on Rails 5.0

Developers will get support for a system-packaged Ruby on Rails of the
latest version. The update to Rails 5.0 will bring:

  * Action Cable: A new framework that seamlessly integrates WebSockets
    with the rest of a Rails application.

  * API mode: Rails applications can be created by using rails new
    backend --api

  * Action Record attributes with a type on a model.

  * Exclusive use of Rails CLI over Rake.

  * Test Runner: enhanced abilities to run tests from Rails.

  * Sprockets 3

  * Turbolinks 5

A helpful guide for upgrading Ruby on Rails can be found at:

For more information about Ruby on Rails 5, and sources of this
information can be found at:
http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2016/6/30/Rails-5-0-final/, and


On 09/29/2016 02:08 AM, Vít Ondruch wrote:

Hi Glen, just one nit:

Dne 28.9.2016 v 06:13 Glen Rundblom napsal(a):
Rails CLI over Rake.

This should be "Exclusive use of rails CLI over Rake" otherwise it does not make sense. Just to explain, a lot of stuff on command line was historically done using commands such as "rake db:migrate" or "rails new myapp" while now the same tasks are executed as "rails db:migrate" or "rails new myapp".