- Wydawnictwo: Pragmatic Bookshelf
- Data wydania: 4 kwietnia 2011
- Liczba stron: 480
- Sam Ruby
- Dave Thomas
- David Heinemeier Hansson
Ruby on Rails helps you produce high-quality, beautiful-looking web applications quickly. You concentrate on creating the application, and Rails takes care of the details.
Tens of thousands of developers have used this award-winning book to learn Rails. It's a broad, far-reaching tutorial and reference that's recommended by the Rails core team. If you're new to Rails, you'll get step-by-step guidance. If you're an experienced developer, this book will give you the comprehensive, insider information you need.
Rails has evolved over the years, and this book has evolved along with it. We still start with a step-by-step walkthrough of building a real application, and in-depth chapters look at the built-in Rails features. This edition now gives new Ruby and Rails users more information on the Ruby language and takes more time to explain key concepts throughout. Best practices on how to apply Rails continue to change, and this edition keeps up. Examples use cookie backed sessions, HTTP authentication, and Active Record-based forms, and the book focuses throughout on the right way to use Rails. Additionally, this edition now reflects Ruby 1.9, a new release of Ruby with substantial functional and performance improvements.
Sam Ruby is a prominent software developer who is a co-chair of the W3C HTML Working Group and has made significant contributions to many of the Apache Software Foundation's open source software projects.He is a Senior Technical Staff Member in the Emerging Technologies Group of IBM.
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Dave Thomas, as one of the authors of the Agile Manifesto,understands agility.As the author of "Programming Ruby," he understands Ruby. And, as an active Rails developer, he knows Rails.
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David Heinemeier Hansson
David Heinemeier Hansson is the creator of the Rails framework.
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