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between clients and your server(s) to enable "shadow requests". kage is an http shadow proxy server that sits between clients and your server to enable “shadow requests”. kage is developed by cookpad. cookpad is best recipe sharing service in japan.
usage of kage. we put kage at the back of nginx. while kage proxies a request to production, it duplicate the request and pass though it to staging environment. we can test big changes with real request now. kage can build powerful test suites.
named backgroundrb. backgroundrb is on-memory system, so it’s cleared when memory refresh. It means all job is deleted. We and our user got frustration on this situation. I replaced all of job system to persistent workers like delayed_job.
And I notice big incompatible things on Rails 4.1. One Flash structure changes. Rails changed key class of ﬂash to String from Symbol. Two. Mutator methods called on Relation. before Rails 4.1 allows mutator methods like map exclamation on Relation objects. but Rails 4.1 raised this methods.
buzz(foo = foo)! foo! end! ! def foo! :buzz! end! end! ! p Bar.new.bar! p Bar.new.buzz This is example of incompatible changes on Ruby 2.2. class Bar have foo equal foo method arguments. bar method called foo methods, buzz method doesn’t called foo methods.