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commit f64d9bc1a1fc3f7c305553b3c81786ea0cdfa8b4
parent 1d82225fc95fef843304dcb0bb52900bda82d239
Author: Sergio Benitez <sb@sergio.bz>
Date:   Sat,  8 Dec 2018 10:29:43 -0800

Fix more typos in release announcement.

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Msite/news/2018-12-08-version-0.4.md | 8++++----
1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/site/news/2018-12-08-version-0.4.md b/site/news/2018-12-08-version-0.4.md @@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ -# Rocket v0.4: Typed URIs, Database Support, Revamed Queries, Stateful Handlers, & More! +# Rocket v0.4: Typed URIs, Database Support, Revamped Queries, & More! <p class="metadata"><strong> Posted by <a href="https://sergio.bz">Sergio Benitez</a> on December 08, 2018 @@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ section and the [`rocket_contrib::databases`] module documentation. [Database]: ../../guide/state/#databases [`rocket_contrib::databases`]: @api/rocket_contrib/databases/index.html -### Revamed Queries +### Revamped Queries In Rocket 0.4, query string handling has been completely overhauled, resolving some of the most called for requests in Rocket's history ([#608]). The new query @@ -236,7 +236,7 @@ optionally accepts a key/value parameter of `nickname`. If the value is present, Single parameters (`<param>`) like `name` and `nickname` are validated using the existing [`FromFormValue`] trait while trailing parameters (`<param..>`) are validated using the new [`FromQuery`] trait. Both traits are user implementable, -and [`FromFormValue`] is deriveable. +and [`FromFormValue`] can be derived. For more details on handling query strings, see the new [Query Strings] guide section and the updated [`route` attribute] documentation. @@ -490,7 +490,7 @@ in mind, the roadmap for 0.5 includes: Finally! Rocket 0.5 will compile and run on stable versions of the Rust compiler. - 2. **Aynchronous Request Handling** ([#17]) + 2. **Asynchronous Request Handling** ([#17]) In 0.5, Rocket will migrate to the latest asynchronous version of `hyper` and `futures` with compatibility for `async`/`await` syntax. Of utmost importance