Normalization in Rails 7.1 era

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  • normalize

    Easy attribute normalization (by eet-nu)

  • Once upon a time, way long before the Rails 7.1 era, a smart Rails developer (like yourself) needed to ensure user email addresses were properly normalized (sanitized and formatted correctly). Back then, they used clever techniques such as callbacks like before_save and before_validation, attribute setters, or even the normalize gem to get the job done. Here are some of those old tricks and tips on how they used to do it.

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  • Ruby on Rails

    Ruby on Rails

  • The Rails core team wanted to make it easy for today's and future Rails developers by providing a simple API for model attributes. All developers need to do is pass the attribute's name. Here is how they demonstrated their solution. Pow 💥

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