Getting Started with Rails 3: Part 2

In the first part of our two-part tutorial, Darcy Laycock introduced you to Rails 3. You learned how to install Ruby on Rails, generated a basic application to shorten URLs and created a Model for it. Then in [URL=“”]Part 2, you created the Controller for your application, wrote the View and made the whole thing work. Now, what do you think–does this tempt you to dabble a bit more in Rails 3?