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But if you have a huge app, or if you like live reloading or hot module replacements, you can still use the .Webpacker will automatically detect if this process is running and start serving packs from there rather than on-demand. We also dramatically cut down on the amount of config boilerplate that’s generated in the Rails directory.Here are the checksums for 5.1.3: $ shasum -a 256 *-5.1.34cfe1343217caa199ce2a2de485a62271b0c81e8c3cf72f7c039c5eddf3c7bd0 actioncable-5.1.3a2841384bb40951e6d63ca78ca665bdfcc792c732825cc2c83ae4b4d05363f67 actionmailer-5.1.355488d20cac3668040f0d2d5531e81318a0fa206ac8f687565c6ec49345c9f45 actionpack-5.1.3b744e9cbb2760754fa4c3c2b57c68916756a5f032fa6307ca362379e02a48857 actionview-5.1.315e98c4bf71941ae81f7e4e7c5d9627c09cd9b4d0c1a36bf94b42910eb8874a3 activejob-5.1.3ad3aa2e0dd9a003ea530e0806dd685e9c5574bfa36bb28aa3d182577c121babb activemodel-5.1.3e83b04f42519e94a0aa51af06e61ea8aaacfa5cb8d67a1aebaf6f11d96ba7725 activerecord-5.1.3b01fa04345c87526fd22affc4e46dd22bf125c608853d13bf093dab08c45219b activesupport-5.1.328c73c5aba5ce71d4bcd6af273be3e565ab7a49abd22fd511dc79fcb36329d19 rails-5.1.39aa1b3abd29a7d71b3f9d04dfce2858a2e86841dd7f3dc696344000c745b1651 railties-5.1.3Hi everyone, I am happy to announce that Rails 5.0.5.rc2 and 5.1.3.rc2 have been released.If no regressions are found, expect the final release on Monday, July 31, 2017.All the standard stuff is now living inside the Webpacker npm module, which makes upgrading so much easier.And you can still overwrite any of the defaults as you please. Additionally, we’ve moved all the compilation and clobber logic out of the Rake tasks and into the Webpacker singleton instance itself.
Per our release policy Rails 4.2 is no longer supported except for severe security fixes, but the last release introduced some regressions that warranted a release.
Hi everyone, I am happy to announce that Rails 4.2.10 final has been released!
As noted in the rc1 post, Rails 4.2 is no longer supported except for severe security patches, but the last release introduced a couple regressions that warranted a release.
If you haven’t yet given Webpack, ES6-flavored Java Script, and all the other modern improvements to the client-side development experience a spin, then Webpacker 3.0 is a great place to start.
At Basecamp, we’re already using it in production, even though we don’t use any of the big Java Script client-side frameworks.