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ActiveRDF (programming environment). Extending Ruby on Rails for Semantic Web Applications - TechWeb Digital Library. View All Categories Business Intelligence : Analytics, Business Process Management, Content management, Dashboards, Data Mining, Data Quality, Databases, Datamarts/Data Warehouses, Information Management, Knowledge Management, Performance Management. Obie Fernandez : Ruby on Rails and more... Tuesday June 14, 2005 Sorry everyone for not blogging as much lately. It's just I've been having more fun with Ruby and Semantic Web stuff than anyone should legally be allowed to have. Today I made a conceptual breakthrough which is too exciting not to share right away. So, here is my teaser challenge: Can you figure out what the following code does and why I believe it is a significant development? Right now I'm fleshing out the code and also making it a module instead of a Class. Why is this cool? A much better explanation of the concepts behind this snippet is forthcoming tonight, I promise!
Java Boutique - Tutorial - Building a Social Network with Ruby on Rails: Activity Feeds and Media Uploads. Ruby Tutorial - Learn Ruby. Rails 3 tutorials, screencasts, talks, articles, blog posts & more. Michael Hartl Contents Foreword My former company (CD Baby) was one of the first to loudly switch to Ruby on Rails, and then even more loudly switch back to PHP (Google me to read about the drama).
This book by Michael Hartl came so highly recommended that I had to try it, and the Ruby on Rails Tutorial is what I used to switch back to Rails again. Though I’ve worked my way through many Rails books, this is the one that finally made me “get” it. The linear narrative is such a great format. Enjoy! Derek Sivers (sivers.org) Founder, CD Baby Acknowledgments. Rails 3.0 Released (And 22 Free Videos To Bring You Up To Speed) Rails 3.0 has been underway for a good two years, so it’s with immense pleasure that we can declare it’s finally here.
We’ve brought the work of more than 1,600 contributors together to make everything better, faster, cleaner, and more beautiful. David Heinemeier Hansson DHH rings the bell and announces that Rails 3.0 (final) has been released after two years of determined effort by the Rails core team (and, significantly, Merb team members, since Rails 3.0 is heavily influenced by the Merb merger). Grab it now with gem install rails --version 3.0.0 or, if you're in no rush, Rails 3.0.1 might come along within a week or two. The Videos DHH gives a quick roundup of some of Rails 3's new features but like Emma Watson's head PhotoShopped onto yet another naked body, it's nothing you haven't seen before. Ryan Bates has also produced a fistful of his typically succinct but precise RailsCasts videos on a wide array of Rails 3.0 topics.
Or some books Or just dive into some code. Flux RSS à suivre, la série. Episode 5 : Ruby on Rails. C’est avec grand plaisir que je vous propose un cinquième épisode de ma série d’articles, Flux RSS à suivre.
Le précédent épisode avait pour thème Ruby et sa communauté. Aujourd’hui l’épisode est entièrement consacré à un des projets qui a le plus contribué à la popularité de Ruby, au framework web qui sert de source d’inspiration depuis plusieurs années à beaucoup d’autres, au framework qui permet de répondre à de nombreux besoins avec toujours une grande élégance, j’ai nommé Ruby on Rails ! Voici les sites les plus intéressants que je lis dans ma veille quotidienne pour me tenir à jour sur ce framework : Si vous avez d’autres sites à proposer, n’hésitez pas à m’en faire part!