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    Ruby on Rails

    I'm confused. Ive installed ruby and rubygems and go as far as the http://localhost:3000/ successfully.

    Isn't there more to this!? I mean so kinda of interface or editor or something? Don't tell me it's all command prompt!

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    Well you are going to have to edit files at some point, but you can use whatever editor you want.

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    Nah, Ruby on Rails is so awesome it creates your app for you while others are doing XML situps. Didn't you hear?

    Raiden, I definitely recommend the book "Agile Web Development with Rails" to get you moving.

    Hey nice fro vgarcia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raiden
    Isn't there more to this!? I mean so kinda of interface or editor or something? Don't tell me it's all command prompt!
    Radrails is a great IDE for Ruby on Rails, that allows you to generate models, etc. from inside the program itself. Makes development a lot easier!


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