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Get On Track with Ruby on Rails

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Ruby is an interpreted scripting language, just like Python and PHP. SitePoint's author Daniel Bogan take a look at the language and how it can be used in web development.
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Understanding Action Views in Ruby on Rails

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This article covers the basic services provided by the ActionView. The ActionView helps you present data to your users. Keep reading to learn some terminology and study an example application.
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Understanding Controllers in Ruby-on-Rails

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This tutorial will focus on the ActionController. The first sections will cover the services provided by ActionController and the techniques to access them. The final section will provide insight into using these techniques in the real world.
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Distributing Rails Applications

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In this tutorial, we'll go through the following steps: Setup the environment Create the SQLite database Develop the Rails application Create the RBA (= Ruby archive) from the application with Tar2RubyScript Create the standalone executable with RubyScript2Exe
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Fast-track your Web apps with Ruby on Rails

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This article details the components of Rails and shows you how it works.Rails gives you an extremely quick way to develop flexible Web applications; this introduction just barely touched on what it's like to work with Rails. The full framework contains many useful classes and methods for carrying out the actions most used in Web-based applications.
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Introduction to Ruby for Mac OS X

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Applie included Ruby with the Jaguar OS. In this article, Jim explains how to use this pure object oriented scripting language by exploring Ruby's features.
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Ruby on Rails on Oracle: A Simple Tutorial

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This article is not intended to be a booster piece for Rails nor is it an expose. It&#8217;s simply an introduction to the technology. It contains both praise and criticism. At times the criticism might appear a bit heavy handed (especially to Rails enthusiasts), but don&#8217;t be fooled. Using any Web application framework is going to be tricky, whether it&#8217;s J2EE, ASP.NET, or PHP. In the long run, you can be a lot more productive with Rails than you can be with many other Web application development platforms, but it takes time to learn the ropes.
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Beginning Relationships in Rails

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The Rails framework takes most of the headache away from developing these relationships and almost entirely eliminates the need to write low-level queries to your database. If you've spent time writing those queries, Rails' ActiveRecord will make sense, but for those of you who are just getting started this can be confusing.
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Set up Ruby on Rails in Windows

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Here's a quick Howto on setting up Ruby on Rails for Windows.
Platform(s): Windows Date: Aug, 31 2006
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Ruby on Rails for DB2 developers

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IBM DeveloperWorks has a helpful howto on how to bring the worlds of Ruby on Rails and your DB2 framework together. From the article: 'Because Rails emerged from the open source world, until recently you had to use MySQL or PostgreSQL to work with it. Now that IBM has released a DB2 adapter for Rails, it's possible to write efficient Web applications on top of your existing DB2 database investment.'
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