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Mobility 0.3: Ready for Prime Time

Just a little over six months ago, I released the first version of the Ruby translation framework I’ve called Mobility. Mobility allows you to store translations for your models using one of any number of different storage strategies (translation table, jsonb column, etc). The release of Mobility 0.3, described in an article on my blog posted today, comes with some important bug and usability fixes, as well as support for the latest versions of ActiveRecord (5.2.beta.2) and Sequel (5.x).

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