[ANN] Rails Reference 1.1.2

As part of my 3 day training course on Rails, I hand out a 24 page
“short reference” of Rails. It’s collection of the most used calls,
methods, functions across a wide range of Rails functionality.

I have released it under a Creative Commons license, so feel free to
grab it and use it and improve it. It’s a bit rough around some of
it’s edges, and I realize, that there still is much left to be done,
but it has served me well already in my daily Rails work, and in
getting my students up to speed.

A blog entry (with link to the PDF) is here: http://blog.invisible.ch/
2006/05/01/ruby-on-rails-reference/
and the source is in the SVN repository, right here: http://
invisible.ch/projects/browser/rails-seminar/doc

Comments, additions, corrections & patches welcome!

Jens-Christian


InVisible GmbH
http://www.invisible.ch http://blog.invisible.ch

On May 4, 2006, at 2:48 PM, Jens-Christian F. wrote:

A blog entry (with link to the PDF) is here: http://
blog.invisible.ch/2006/05/01/ruby-on-rails-reference/
and the source is in the SVN repository, right here: http://
invisible.ch/projects/browser/rails-seminar/doc

Comments, additions, corrections & patches welcome!

Jens-Christian

Very nice Jens!

Thanks-
-Ezra

Very cool! Thanks!


– Tom M.

Wow! That’s just great - thanks for summing all this up.

cheers

Thibaut

On May 04, 2006, at 10:48 pm, Jens-Christian F. wrote:

A blog entry (with link to the PDF) is here: http://
http://www.invisible.ch http://blog.invisible.ch


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Excellent! I’ll show that to the guys I work with, should help us
get up to speed with Rails. What I miss most in AWDWR is a quick
reference. This is just what I need!

Ashley

Jens-Christian,

On Thu, May 04, 2006 at 11:48:52PM +0200, Jens-Christian F. wrote:

As part of my 3 day training course on Rails, I hand out a 24 page “short
reference” of Rails. It’s collection of the most used calls, methods,
functions across a wide range of Rails functionality.

Very nice!!! I only skimmed over it briefly so far but I can tell it
provides alot of very useful information in a nice, consolidated, easy
to
access form.

Kevin
http://www.RawFedDogs.net
http://www.WacoAgilityGroup.org
Bruceville, TX

very nice. this comes in very handy. great work. thanks a lot.

just one little thing, in Chapter 2.1 you might want to update
dependent -> true to :dependent => :destroy

Sebastian

Jens-Christian F. wrote:

A blog entry (with link to the PDF) is here:
http://blog.invisible.ch/2006/05/01/ruby-on-rails-reference/
and the source is in the SVN repository, right here:
http://invisible.ch/projects/browser/rails-seminar/doc

Comments, additions, corrections & patches welcome!

Jens-Christian

Great! I love it :slight_smile: thx
Is there an easy way to add TextMate Syntax Highlight into your PDF ?
it’ll be much cooler if there is highlight in every code… oh including
Agile 2 (PDF) actually


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This is so handy, it’s exactly what my team needed. Thanks for all your
hard
work on this!

Jeff

Is there an easy way to add TextMate Syntax Highlight into your
PDF ?
it’ll be much cooler if there is highlight in every code… oh
including Agile 2 (PDF) actually

unfortunately not. The htmldoc utility I use to create the PDF
doesn’t understand CSS. And the upcoming version of the tool that
would understand CSS segfaults when trying to convert.

As a consolidation, I have added an HTML representation. Get it at
the same link:

http://blog.invisible.ch/2006/05/01/ruby-on-rails-reference/

cheers jc

just one little thing, in Chapter 2.1 you might want to update
dependent -> true to :dependent => :destroy

fixed (and expanded the has_many :dependent optinons)

Great job Jens, Thank you for a valuable tool.

-bakki

awesome

Incredible. Thank you for this.

Michael

Very good. But i agree with is best a colored sintax. Thanks for this
resource

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