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    Ruby for Newbies: Working with ClassesPreivew
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    Ruby is a one of the most popular languages used on the web. We’ve recently started a new screencast series here on Nettuts+ that will introduce you to Ruby, as well as the great frameworks and tools that go along with Ruby development. In this chapter, we'll take a look at creating our own Ruby classes.Read More…
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    Ruby for Newbies: Variables, Datatypes, and FilesPreivew
    Ruby is a one of the most popular languages used on the web. We've recently started a new screencast series here on Nettuts+ that will introduce you to Ruby, as well as the great frameworks and tools that go along with Ruby development. Today, we'll look at the basic Ruby datatypes, as well as using variables and storing your Ruby code in files.Read More…
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    Using Unobtrusive JavaScript and AJAX with Rails 3Ruby
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    As I mentioned in my previous Ruby on Rails tutorial, Unobtrusive JavaScript (UJS) is one of the coolest new features in Rails 3. UJS allows Rails-generated code to be much cleaner, helps separate your JavaScript logic from your HTML layouts, and uncouples Rails from the Prototype JavaScript library. In this tutorial, we're going to look at these features and learn how to use them in a simple Rails 3 application.Read More…
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    Ruby for Newbies: Installing Ruby and Getting StartedPreivew
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    Ruby is a one of the most popular languages used on the web. Today, we're starting a new screencast series here on Nettuts+ that will introduce you to Ruby, as well as the great frameworks and tools that go along with Ruby development. Today, we'll look at why you might want to use Ruby, as well as how to install it on your PC or Mac.Read More…
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    Zero-to-Sixty: Creating and Deploying a Rails App in Under an Hour200x200
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    Twice a month, we revisit some of our readers' favorite posts from throughout the history of Nettuts+. This tutorial was first published in January, 2010. Give me an hour of your time, and I'll take you on a fly by of the Ruby on Rails framework. We'll create controllers, models, views, add admin logins, and deploy using Heroku's service in under an hour! In this article we'll create a simple bookshelf application where you can add books and write thoughts about them. Then we'll deploy the application in just a few minutes. So buckle up because this article moves fast! Read More…
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    5 Awesome New Rails 3 FeaturesRuby
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    After more than a year of development, Ruby on Rails 3 was officially released to the public a few weeks ago. More than just an iterative update, this highly anticipated release was a major refactoring of the popular Ruby framework. Keep reading to learn five of the most awesome new features in Ruby Rails 3.Read More…
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    Setting up a Rails Server and Deploying with Capistrano on Fedora from Scratch200x200
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    This article and video tutorial will teach you how to setup a basic Fedora server for Rails and PostgreSQL deployments. First, we'll setup Apache and PostgreSQL. Then, we'll use phpPgAdmin to create our application's user and databases. After that, we'll setup the Ruby platform using Passenger to run our application. Once all the components are installed, we'll prep our application for deployment using Capistrano. I'll show you how to use Capistrano to automate remote tasks and take advantage of other features. Read More…
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    How to Build an Unobtrusive Login System in Rails200x200
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    An unobtrusive login system is one that gets out of the user’s way. It will make your application nicer and more polished. This article will guide you through the process of setting up user logins, then ajaxifying the process by moving the form into a modal box that communicates with the server. Additionally, this article will show you how to create the setup using jQuery and Prototype so you can choose your favorite library. This article assumes that you have experience with Rails and jQuery or Prototype.Read More…
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    Essential Learning for Ruby and RailsPostimg
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    Ruby is rapidly becoming the preferred programming language for many developers. With that said, let's look at some of the best tutorials, videos and books to learn Ruby and Rails.Read More…
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    From CodeIgniter to Ruby on Rails: A ConversionCodeigniter
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    Today, we'll be creating a simple shoutbox using the CodeIgniter PHP framework. We'll then port this exact application, piece-by-piece, to Ruby on Rails!Read More…
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    20 Ruby on Rails Tuts to Rule Them All200x200
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    Today, we'll review twenty incredible Ruby on Rails tutorials that every developer should consider reading. Whether you're a beginner who prefers video tutorials or an experienced dev, you'll find an applicable tutorial here!Read More…
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    Getting Started With Restful Authentication in Rails200x200
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    In this article, we will use restful_authentication to add a user system to a simple Rails application. This is great for those first starting out and need step-by-step directions for using this amazing plugin. At the end of the article, visitors will be able to create an account, reset their password, login, logout, and validate email addresses. Read More…
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