Darcy Laycock is a web application developer from Perth, Western Australia. By day, he writes code for The Frontier Group and by night he's a Code Monkey for Youth Tree (A youth-oriented organisation) from Perth and avid contributor to open source ruby projects.
Following on from my previous posts–Building Your First Rails Application: Models and Views and Controllers–I’m going to cover a simple test-driven approach to adding a new feature to our URL shortener application, Shorty.
This topic is going to teach you about Darcy Laycock's 10 Ruby on Rails Best Practices - Part 1. Enjoy!
Welcome to the second part of our two-part tutorial. Last time, we installed Ruby on Rails, generated an application for shortening URLs and created the Model for it. Now we’re going to create the Controller for our application, write the View and see if we can get the application to work.
This is the part 2 of Getting Started with Rails 3, by the author Darcy Laycock. In this part, we're going to create the Controller for our application.
This is the first part of Getting Started with Rails 3, by author Darcy Laycock. It will show you a quick example of building a simple Rails 3 Application.
In this topic, you're going to learn about Darcy Laycock's 10 Ruby on Rails Best Practices - Part 2. Enjoy!