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- Apress 2010; US$ 27.99
Beginning Rails 3 is the practical starting point for anyone wanting to learn how to build dynamic web applications using the Rails framework for Ruby. You'll learn how all of the components of Rails fit together and how you can leverage them to create sophisticated web applications with less code and more joy. This book is particularly well suited... more...
- O'Reilly Media 2009; US$ 27.99
How do you write truly elegant code with Ruby? Ruby Best Practices is for programmers who want to use Ruby as experienced Rubyists do. Written by the developer of the Ruby project Prawn, this concise book explains how to design beautiful APIs and domain-specific languages with Ruby, as well as how to work with functional programming ideas and techniques... more...
- Apress 2008; US$ 24.49
This book not only teaches the necessary skill set to become a proficient Ruby on Rails developer, it also explains the theory needed for the developer to explore and learn on their own. The text teaches Ruby on Rails by creating real world projects. more...
- No Starch Press 2011; US$ 31.95
The Book of Ruby is an in-depth introduction to Ruby, one of the worlds most popular programming languages and the backbone of the acclaimed Ruby on Rails web application framework. With an emphasis on writing clear and maintainable code, author Huw Collingbourne takes readers from the most basic constructs, like types, conditions, and loops,... more...
- O'Reilly Media 2008; US$ 27.99
While most books written about Rails cater to programmers looking for information on data structures, Learning Rails targets web developers whose programming experience is tied directly to the Web. Rather than begin with the inner layers of a Rails web application--the models and controllers--this unique book approaches Rails development from... more...
- MobileReference 2012; US$ 3.99
While the Nook Simple Touch Glowlight is somewhat similar to the original Nook, its infrared touchscreen and Glowlight make for a completely different reading experience. With the new Glowlight, you can read in pitch black conditions without straining your eyes, as with an LCD screen. The Nook Simple Touch Glowlight Survival Guide provides you with... more...
- Wiley 2008; US$ 39.99
Nothing less than a revolution in the way web applications are constructed,Ruby on Rails (RoR) boasts a straightforward and intuitive nature that avoids programming repetition and makes it infinitely easier to build for the web. This book captures the current best practices to show you the most efficient way to build a spectacular web application with... more...
- Packt Publishing 2013; US$ 19.99
Start performing integration testing with Capybara immediately. This book will get you up and running quickly and assumes no knowledge or experience of the technology.This book is for developers and testers who have had some exposure to Ruby but who want to know how to test their applications using Capybara and its compatible drivers, such as Selenium-Webdriver... more...
- O'Reilly Media 2006; US$ 23.99
Ruby on Rails is the super-productive new way to develop full-featuredweb applications. With Ruby on Rails, powerful web applications thatonce took weeks or months to develop can now be produced in a matter ofdays. If it sounds too good to be true, it isn't. If you're like a lot of web developers, you've probably consideredkicking the tires on Rails... more...