Re: Good rails reference for Beginners

The Ruby on Rails Cheat Sheet Collectors Edition

http://www.rubyonrailsblog.com/files/Ro … tSheet.pdf

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Re: Good rails reference for Beginners

I think this is good for newbies like me and just getting started straight away with Rails 2.0.2~

http://www.rubyplus.org/episodes/17-Rol … ls-2-.html

Last edited by kX| (2007-12-29 12:38:53)

Re: Good rails reference for Beginners

My shameless plug:

http://www.samsaffron.com/archive/2008/ … on+Windows

I cover the list of IDEs I came across and some resources I found.

I would also like to add some of my own opinions:
1. Learn HAML early, its just way too cool
2. Learn ZenTest (autotest) early, its the best thing since sliced bread

Re: Good rails reference for Beginners

For those struggling with the book Agile Web Development, using Rails 2 and getting stuck when the scaffold issue arises.

http://fairleads.blogspot.com/2007/12/r … -step.html

There was also an excellent book offered for free by sitepoint last week, but offer ended saturday unfortunately.

I have a theory that the truth is never told during the nine-to-five hours. 
-H.S.T

Re: Good rails reference for Beginners

Anyone who knows where can I download a free video tutorial on ROR.
Unfortunately I don't have internet access at our home right now..T_T

Re: Good rails reference for Beginners

are their any tutorials too ?

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tophotels4U wrote:

are their any tutorials too ?

www.railstutorial.org/book - awesome, easily one of the best tutorials on any language i've read.

Last edited by happs74 (2010-11-18 05:28:19)

Re: Good rails reference for Beginners

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