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Other deprecations and deletions

Other deprecations and deletions: Ruby on Rails 5 New Features
Other deprecations and deletions: Ruby on Rails 5 New Features

Kevin reviews a summary of other deprecations and deletions in Ruby on Rails 5. These changes will most likely affect fewer developers, but they include some pitfalls that are critical if you are using certain features. They include the deprecation of redirect_to(:back), the handling of templates which do not have a handler extension, the deprecation of Relation#uniq, removal of serialized_attributes, no support for protected_attributes or activerecord-deprecated_finders, and moving test methods #assigns and #assert_template to a RubyGem.

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