The release of Rails 2.3 brings many things that have pleased the Ruby on Rails community. Despite its coolness, many people are looking forward to what’s coming, that all of the development effort will now be focused on Rails 3.0, which is currently available in Beta. 3.0’s biggest outward change involves the inclusion of Merb concepts, announced last December. Other 3.0 changes are under the hood, trimming away the fat by leaning the code (since we all know the performance hit on interpreted code) allowing for faster, more selective execution. The development team insists that while the improvements will be significant, migration paths will be simple.
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