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Ruby on Rails for Beginners


Super deep RoR for Beginners

Ashish Patil's Blog

If you’re like me, you’re reading this on your bright-red custom-built laptop in a soothing rosemary-scented bubble bath, and you’re wondering, “Why do I want another interpreted programming language? I can find my way around Perl and PHP and maybe a little Python. And Unix shell scripting. I feel fine. Why do people keep talking about Ruby?”

Contents

  1. Why Ruby is Cool
  2. Why Rails Is Cool
  3. Installing Ruby and Rails
  4. Using It
    1. Step one:Set up the database
    2. Step two:Create the scaffolding
    3. Steps three and beyond:Customize the application

Why Ruby is Cool

Like so many of the very coolest things, Ruby was invented in Japan in the ’90s. Ruby is purely object-oriented; even things like integers and strings have intrinsic methods and properties. So, for example, print "Webmonkey".reverse outputs “yeknombeW”. It’s a clean, pretty language, with a flexible, predictable syntax that’s easy to read and write, and comfortable for people…

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