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The Ruby and Rails community linklog

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How we migrated from Timecop to built-in Rails 5.2 helpers

If you use Timecop to freeze time in your Ruby on Rails application you may not need it anymore. There have been handy helper methods since version 5.2. https://frontdeveloper.pl/2020/03/how-we-migrated-from-timecop-to-built-in-rails-5-2-time-helpers/

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