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RubySource: Just Do It: Learn Sinatra, Part Three

By Darren Jones
Programming
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In Part 2 of this tutorial, we used DataMapper to save tasks to a database back end and created a web front end that used Sinatra to show, add, delete and complete tasks. In this tutorial we will make it look a bit better and add some extra functionality by letting you create multiple lists of tasks. Adding Some Style At the moment our app is functioning fine, but looks a bit clunky.

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RubySource: Just Do It: Learn Sinatra, Part Three

Darren Jones has enjoyed coding since learning how to program in BASIC on his first Acorn Electron computer. Since then, he’s taught himself Ruby and Javascript. He is the author of Learn to Code using JavaScript, JavaScript: Novice to Ninja and Jump Start Sinatra. He also produced the 'Getting Started With Ruby' video tutorials for SitePoint Premium and has written a number of articles on the SitePoint website. He was born in the city of Manchester in the UK, where he still lives and teaches Mathematics and Computing at a local high school. You can find him on Twitter @daz4126.

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