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πŸ’Ž Ruby Radar #34 - The Life and Death of Webpacker

πŸ’Ž Ruby Radar #34 - The Life and Death of Webpacker
By Andrew Mason & Collin Jilbert • Issue #29 • View online
Welcome to the 34th edition of Ruby Radar! We are shining a spotlight on Felipe Vogel at the bottom of this edition, so don’t miss that! Also, Webpacker is dead! What do you think?
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RETIREMENT: Webpacker has served the Rails community for over five years as a bridge to compiled and bundled JavaScript. This bridge is no longer needed for most people in most situations following the release of Rails 7.
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Polyglot Podcast
We're scheduling interviews! Who wants to come on the show to talk about software concepts + principles, language concepts + design, and/or software design and architecture?!
πŸŽ™οΈ Autoscaling Rails with Adam McCrea
πŸŽ™οΈ Drew Bragg, Staff Engineer at Within3
 πŸ’Ž Exploring Rails 7, Hotwire and AnyCable speedy streams
πŸ’Ž Exploring Rails 7, Hotwire and AnyCable speedy streams
πŸ’Ž Live session: User Roles: Different approaches
πŸ’Ž Live session: User Roles: Different approaches
πŸ’Ž rails/dartsass-rails
πŸ’Ž  marcoroth/dependabot-bump-together-action
πŸ“’ Junior Spotlight: Felipe Vogel
I’m Felipe, a self-taught Rubyist looking for my first Rails job. Since summer 2020 I’ve been learning how to build maintainable, modern Rails apps while working full-time in tech support. I’m a second-career developer / recovering high school English teacher. You can see my resume here, and my portfolio here.
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