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Jump Start Rails

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Jump Start Rails

What you'll learn

  • Convention over configuration
  • The Model–View–Controller (MVC) architecture
  • Test-driven development (TDD)
  • Beginner
  • PDF, EPUB, MOBI

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Get up to speed with Ruby on Rails 4 in a weekend

In just a few short years, Ruby on Rails has grown from cool, hipster upstart to global powerhouse. Developers around the world are passionate about Rails, and with good reason.

BUILD FAST with 60,000+ ready-to-go Ruby gems, powerful, new functionality is a never more than a few keystrokes away.

DISCOVER Test-driven development for better programming practices.

SCALE APPS Look at GitHub, Twitter, Hulu, and Penny Arcade. All huge. All successful. All Rails.

GET HIRED Search any job board, there’s massive demand for Rails developers.

Those who have jumped onboard the Ruby on Rails train have never looked back and neither will you.

Learn Rails and you’ll write better code, faster, spend less time setting up and maintaining code and more time building.

Consider this book an investment in your career. There’s a huge and growing demand for developers with Rails skills, just look at any job board.

Learn Rails this weekend.

★★☆☆☆
Too many errors. The code compiles but the examples are outdated making the book confusing for its target audience, beginners.

Contents

  1. Getting on Rails
  2. Starting an App
  3. Working with Data
  4. Creating an ActiveAdmin Resource
  5. Adding More Features
  6. Deploying to Heroku

Andy Hawthorne

Andy is a freelance writer and web developer from Coventry, England. He has spent 12 years as a web developer, and still likes trying new web coding technologies.


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