Ruby on Rails is the web development framework of the moment, powering GitHub, Twitter, Hulu and many more successful apps and websites. The arrival of Rails 4 is the perfect time to learn it. SitePoint’s newest ebook, ‘Jump Start Rails’, from Andy Hawthorne, will get you up to speed with Ruby on Rails in just a weekend.
★ 5.0 Stars (1) 26 Downloads (This Week) Last Update: Download Locomotive_2.0.8.zip Browse All Files Mac Locomotive is a Cocoa GUI application that simplifies the process of developing Ruby on Rails applications on Mac OS X 10.4 Locomotive
Xcode IDE Designed from the ground up to take advantage of the newest Apple technologies, Xcode integrates all the tools you need. The unified interface smoothly transitions from composing source code, to debugging, and even to designing your next stunning user interface, all within the same window. The Xcode workspace keeps you focused while you work. As you type, Live Issues will immediately alert you to coding mistakes, displaying a message bubble beside your code for more detail. Hit the Run button to launch your Mac app, or install the app on your device, and immediately start debugging. Using Ruby on Rails for Web Development on Mac OS X
HowtoInstallOnOSXTiger in Ruby on Rails
Maybe you've heard about Ruby on Rails, the super productive new way to develop web applications, and you'd like to give it a try, but you don't know anything about Ruby or Rails. This article steps through the development of a web application using Rails. It won't teach you how to program in Ruby, but if you already know another object-oriented programming language, you should have no problem following along (and at the end you can find links on learning Ruby). Let's answer a couple of burning questions before rolling up our sleeves to build a web application! Ruby is a pure object-oriented programming language with a super clean syntax that makes programming elegant and fun. Rolling with Ruby on Rails
InstantRailsWiki: Rolling With Ruby On Instant Rails Tutorial
A former student asked me a few days ago how I learned Ruby on Rails. The answer was that I simply read alot of great tutorials. So in the spirit of sharing, here are the 12 tutorials that I found most useful: Rolling with Ruby on Rails – Curtis Hibbs of ONLamp.com offers his first excellent introduction to Ruby on Rails. This is the article that got me really excited about RoR.2.