In Part 2 of this tutorial, we used DataMapper to save tasks to a database back end and created a web front end that used Sinatra to show, add, delete and complete tasks. In this tutorial we will make it look a bit better and add some extra functionality by letting you create multiple lists of tasks. Adding Some Style At the moment our app is functioning fine, but looks a bit clunky.

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RubySource: Just Do It: Learn Sinatra, Part Three

DAZ is the author of Jump Start Sinatra, a short book that helps you to get up to speed with Sinatra over a weekend. He's been using Sinatra since 2009. DAZ lives in Manchester, UK where he teaches maths and plays water polo.

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