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RubySource: Getting Started with Padrino and BDD

By Aleksandar Simic

Padrino is a web framework, closely related to its cousin, the Sinatra web framework. It tries to offer the flexibility of development of Sinatra and a wide array of helpers, tools and add-ons of Rails. Padrino, Italian for “godfather”, is built on top of Sinatra, so you can use all your knowledge gained from the previous Sinatra series published on this site. However, it is somewhat different, as it provides some conventions that look very similar to the ones found in the previously mentioned articles, as you will see

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Laughing cowboy punching ignorance in the face (that was stolen from my Twitter stream) aka Aleksandar Simic, tweets as @dotemacs.

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