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Shrine 3.0 Released

I’ve just released version 3.0 of Shrine, a gem for handling file attachments in Ruby applications. It’s been months of hard work, but I feel it’s finally ready.

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Upcoming Features in Shrine 3.0

The last couple of months I’ve been working hard to prepare for Shrine 3.0, which I expect will be released by the end of October. A lot of work has gone into it, including some big but much needed rewrites. I feel the API has stabilized now, so I thought it would be a good time to share with your some of the new features and improvements that will be coming to 3.0. :tada:

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ImageProcessing 1.0 Released

The ImageProcessing gem has just reached version 1.0, and I thought this would be a good opportunity to write an article about it. For those who don’t know, ImageProcessing is a wrapper gem that provides common image processing functionality needed when accepting image uploads from users (most notably resizing images).

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Shrine meets Transloadit

When I’m building web applications, a requirement that almost always comes up is that the app needs to accept file uploads. It can be an app with users that have profile images, posts that have cover photos and some additional documents attached, or whole galleries where people can upload many photos or videos.

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Improving open-uri

When working on the Shrine library for handling file uploads, in multiple places I needed to be able to download a file from URL. If you know the Ruby standard library well, the solution might be obvious to you: open-uri.

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Shrine 2.0 Released

Shrine is a full-featured library for handling file uploads in Ruby applications. Main advantages of Shrine are good design, loads of flexibility for achieving maximum performance and best user experience for any use case, and advanced features like backgrounding, direct uploads, logging and more.

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Introducing Shrine – A file upload toolkit

I’m really excited about this. I’ve just released Shrine, a new solution for handling file uploads in Ruby applications. It was heavily inspired by Refile, most notably its idea of backends. However, unlike Refile, it is designed primarily for upfront processing (as opposed to on-the-fly). It’s also inspired by CarrierWave’s idea of uploaders.

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