This post is part of a series of 31 Rails 4 articles being released each day in December 2012.
As 2012 comes to a close, we can look forward to 2013 as Ruby on Rails 4.0 will be released sometime in the coming year. Over the month of December, we have covered what we feel are some of the biggest changes coming to Rails 4.
We at Remarkable Labs really hope you've enjoyed the series, and to finish it off, I wanted to announce that I will be writing an ebook, titled "The Rails 4 Upgrading Guide". While not yet complete, here is a list of some of the content to look forward to:
- In-depth coverage of what's new to Rails 4
- A step-by-step guide for upgrading your Rails 3 application
- Tips and use cases on using Rails 4's new features
- Upgrading checklist
The ebook will be available in PDF, ePub(iBooks, Nook), and Mobi(Kindle) formats. We are also making it absolutely free for all our mailing list subscribers. Be sure to sign up for the mailing list to receive your copy of "The Rails 4 Upgrading Guide" when it's finished.