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RubySource: Just Do It: Learn Sinatra, Part Four

By Darren Jones

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Welcome to the last part of this series. The aim of this series of tutorials has been to take somebody who has never used Sinatra from creating an app to deploying it. You can find the other parts of the series at the following links: Part 1 – Introduction to Sinatra Part 2 – Using DataMapper Part 3 – Database Associations After those three parts, we have now finished most of the main functionality of our To Do List app. In this final part we are going to look at using Sass for the CSS before deploying the app on the Heroku cloud hosting service

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Daz has been programming and building websites since the start of the millennium. He enjoys using Ruby and JavaScript and loves them both in their own special ways. He is the author of JavaScript: Novice to Ninja and Jump Start Sinatra. He also produced the 'Getting Started With Ruby' video tutorials for SitePoint and has written a number articles for SitePoint’s website. He was born in the city of Manchester and still lives there, where he teaches mathematics and enjoys playing water polo.

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