The only major change here is a revamp of the Action Mailer chapter,
removal of the Web Services chapter.
I’m still in two minds about the latter: it’s a great chapter, but
the core team
seem to be deemphasizing Action Web Service, and the book is already
I’d like. My plan is to put the existing Web Services chapter up for
some point so you can still get to the content.
Again, I need to stress that the book is written on the assumption
that the reader has
Rails 1.2 installed. As that doesn’t yet exist, you HAVE TO HAVE EDGE
for some of this stuff to work. Some folks like the following
of working with Edge:
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Yes, let me chime in here too!
For me, your book has become the calm in the eye of the Rails storm.
(I also want to add my kudos for Pramatic Programmers - From Journeyman
Master), and the whole Pragmatic Bookshelf. I don’t know who first came
with the idea of Beta Books, but the Bookself is an example of art
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