RailsDiff is a very useful site when upgrading Rails versions (for example, from Rails 3.2 to Rails 4). It will generate default Rails app using two different Rails versions and it will compare them. The result is that you can see all the configuration changes (like in application.rb) and all other changes – which is really useful when upgrading to new Rails version.
I’ve been planning to catchup with all the new Rails 3 stuff. To get me started I’ve compiled a small Rails 3 related reading list.
- Ruby on Rails 3.0 Release Notes
- Active Record Query Interface 3.0
- The Skinny on Scopes (Formerly named_scope)
- Rails 3 Beautiful Code
- Railscasts – rails-3.0 episodes
- jQuery with Rails 3
- The Rails Module (in Rails 3)
Once I’m done with it I plan to get even more from:
This is the first weekly condensed edition of my “This should be interesting” tumblelog. Every Sunday I will re-post most interesting posts here on the Icebergist.