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Padrino 0.12.4 - Mounting Rack, Doc Updates and Bug Fixes

Two months ago, we released 0.12.3 which introduced a number of improvements to the core codebase and put our 0.12.x branch into a solid place. Today, we are releasing the final iteration on the 0.12.x line which includes a ton of bug fixes and documentation cleanup. The details of this release can be found below. This release paves the road for our 0.13.0 release that will likely follow next with several substantial changes in place. The details of this 0.12.4 release can be found below.

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Posted in Update by Nathan Esquenazi | about 1 month ago | 0 Comments

Padrino 0.12.3 - Refactoring Router, Simplify Reloader, and Bug Fixes

Since our 0.12.2 release, we’ve been busy working on cleaning up our core codebase and fixing any bugs as they come up. Today we release 0.12.3 which is the third bug fix release working towards a stable and polished Padrino. The major changes in this release are substantial refactorings to our router to simplify the codebase, improving the reloader and a ton of bug fixes. The details of this release can be found below.

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Posted in Ruby, Update by Nathan Esquenazi | 3 months ago | 0 Comments

Padrino 0.12.2 - Param Protection, Helpers Cleanup and Bug Fixes

Since our 0.12.1 release, many have identified and fixed issues with the Padrino 0.12.x series. Today we release 0.12.2 which is the second bug fix release working towards a stable and polished 0.12.x experience. The following is a list of fixes in the details. We have also added one substantial new feature with the introduction of param protection into the controller. Full details are below.

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Posted in Update by Nathan Esquenazi | 7 months ago | 0 Comments

Padrino 0.12.1 - Refactoring and Bug Fixes for Rendering, Routing, and Helpers

About 2 months ago, we pushed the final release of 0.12.0 which contained several major changes to Padrino. We are excited about the changes in that release but wanted to take the time to fix up any issues that cropped up.

Today we are releasing 0.12.1 which is focused primarily on significant code cleanup and refactoring in several modules, slight performance improvements for rendering and routing and a bunch of glorious bug fixes. Full details for this release are below.

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Posted in Update by Nathan Esquenazi | 8 months ago | 0 Comments

Padrino 0.12.0 - ActiveSupport 4, Rewritten Reloader, Smarter Rendering, and Loads More

Nearly 3 months have come and gone since the release of 0.11.4 and we are all very excited to announce the release of the Padrino 0.12.0! This version is especially significant because it marks what will likely be one of the last major versions before the 1.0 release. The only major component left we are hoping to integrate is a brand new router and as a result dropping 1.9.3 compatibility.

This 0.12.0 release brings several major changes and updates such as dropping ruby 1.8 support, replacing our cache store, rewriting our development code reloader, improving how rendering works, bug fixes and a ton of code cleanup. Full details for this release are below. You should also check out the 0.12.0 upgrade guide as well for a detailed look at moving up from 0.11.X.

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Posted in Ruby, Update by namusyaka | 11 months ago | 0 Comments

Upgrading Padrino from 0.11.X to 0.12.0 Guide

This is the step-by-step guide for upgrading from Padrino 0.11.X to 0.12.0! This will review all the breaking changes and modifications made within the new release. Be sure to also check the 0.12.0 Release Blog Post for more information.

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Posted in Update by DAddYE | 10 months ago | 0 Comments

Padrino 0.11.4 Released - On the Road to 0.12

Since our 0.11.3 bug fix release, there has been another round of great bug fixes and improvements. Today we release 0.11.4 which is the next bug fix release working towards a stable and polished 0.11.x experience. This release brings support for a “component generator”, csrf_meta_tags for easier ajax requests, upgrading to Tilt 1.4, and a load of bug fixes.

We will likely be releasing 0.12.0 soon will also likely mark the retiring of ruby 1.8.7 support as well. 0.12.0 will be a big release bringing us in line with the latest components and potentially incorporating a routing engine rewrite. More details to come soon.

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Posted in Update by Nathan Esquenazi | about 1 year ago | 0 Comments

Padrino 0.11.3 Released - Bug Fixes Aplenty (Round 3)

Since our 0.11.2 bug fix release, many have identified and fixed issues with the Padrino 0.11.x series. Today we release 0.11.3 which is the third bug fix release working towards a stable and polished 0.11.x experience. The following is a list of fixes in the details.

We are already hard at work on the 0.12.0 branch which will move Padrino to ActiveRecord and ActiveSupport 4 compatibility. The 0.12.0 release will also likely mark the retiring of ruby 1.8.7 support as well. 0.12.0 will be a big release bringing us in line with the latest components and potentially incorporating a routing engine rewrite. More details to come later.

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Posted in Update by Nathan Esquenazi | over 1 year ago | 0 Comments

Padrino and OmniAuth Overview

In this post, we will show you how to mix our Access Control described here with the beautiful omniauth rack middleware.

The Padrino admin authentication and access control system provides a simple foundation from which you can create your authentication system. Combined with omniauth you can then easily leverage the system to allow authentication through a variety of methods. Read below for more details on how to integrate them.

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Posted in Ruby, Faqs by Nathan Esquenazi | over 3 years ago | 0 Comments

Padrino 0.11.2 Released - Bug fix release, Round 2

Since our last 0.11.1 bug fix release, many users and core developers have been continuing to find and fix bugs as well as improve our documentation. Today we release 0.11.2 which is the second bug fix release since our huge 0.11.0 release. We’d like to release another wave of bug fixes again next month since we know we still have a lot of issues to address. The following is a detailed list of fixes in the details.

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Posted in Ruby, Update by Nathan Esquenazi | over 1 year ago | 0 Comments
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