Ruby on Rails Tutorial: Learn Web Development with Rails The Ruby on Rails Tutorial book and screencast series teach you how to develop and deploy real, industrial-strength web applications with Ruby on Rails, the open-source web framework that powers top websites such as Twitter, Hulu, GitHub, and the Yellow Pages. The Ruby on Rails Tutorial book is available for free online and is available for purchase as an ebook (PDF, EPUB, and MOBI formats). The companion screencast series includes 15 individual lessons (including a new Rails 4.0 supplement) totaling more than 15 hours, with one lesson for each chapter of the Ruby on Rails Tutorial book. The best value is the ebook/screencast bundle, which includes the full 2nd edition book, the full Rails 4.0–compatible version, the full 2nd edition screencast series, and fully up-to-date Rails 4.0 supplementary screencasts.
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Since 2010, Practicing Ruby has produced a total of 94 articles, all of which were funded by our generous subscribers. We are gradually transitioning to an open-access model for our content, and below you will find the 81 articles that have been released into our public archives. If you enjoy these articles, please consider becoming a Practicing Ruby subscriber. By doing so, you'll get immediate access to the 13 articles that we published between March 2013 and March 2014 which have not been released to the public yet. You'll also be supporting our work, as we continue on our mission to build a great learning resource for all Ruby programmers. Ruby Best Practices - Book
Mr. Neighborly's Humble Little Ruby Book Summary An up to date book on Ruby programming, written in a style described as "a beautiful display of pragmatically chunky bacon, wrapped in a nutshell." Or something like that. Mr.