Ho to develop an application RoR tutorial

Hi all

I am looking for tutorials that explain how to develop a whole
application in RoR. I have found only two by the moment:

  • Tutorial on developing a Facebook application using Ruby on Rails

  • Rolling with Ruby on Rails

Any other suggestions?

Thanks
jose

Jose P. wrote:

I am looking for tutorials that explain how to develop a whole
application in RoR. I have found only two by the moment:

  • Tutorial on developing a Facebook application using Ruby on Rails

  • Rolling with Ruby on Rails

Any other suggestions?

We will feel very sad if you don’t read /Agile Web D. with
Rails/, by
the Daves, before posting here again.


Phlip

Thanks for your advice Phlip and James

Jose P. wrote:

I am looking for tutorials that explain how to develop a whole
application in RoR. I have found only two by the moment:

Phlip wrote:

We will feel very sad if you don’t read /Agile Web D. with
Rails/, by the Daves, before posting here again.

Bearing in mind that the whole scaffolding part does not work as
described since Rails 2.0.

I would strongly suggest that you first go to
http://api.rubyonrails.org/
and read the APIs for at least these classes and modules:

ActiveRecord::Migration
ActiveRecord::Base
ActiveRecord::Validations

ActionView::Base
ActionView::Partials

ActionController::Base
ActiveResource::Base
ActionController::Routing

And as many of the ActionView::Helpers APIs as you can stand.

If you are anything like me then the APIs will seem almost
incomprehensible to begin with, but having read them will help you
follow tutorials so much better.

Excellent!!

Chris Haupt wrote:

Hi Jose, all:

We are working on just such a beast (a full application, free,
tutorial) at http://www.buildingwebapps.com/learningrails. Our audio-
only podcast covers the high-level concepts (over 8 episodes), and we
are now switching to a screencast that will walk through iterating on
a full Rails 2.0.2 (or newer) application. BTW: this is the same
podcast found at our LearningRails.com site or iTunes, if you’ve
already listened to the audio portion you can jump in starting with
the screencasts.

There are a variety of show notes and the upcoming screencasts will
have code posted. We are aiming at beginners.

We hope to have the first screencast posted soon. You can subscribe to
notifications at the site.

-Christopher Haupt

On Apr 6, 1:01�pm, James B. [email protected]

Hi Jose, all:

We are working on just such a beast (a full application, free,
tutorial) at http://www.buildingwebapps.com/learningrails. Our audio-
only podcast covers the high-level concepts (over 8 episodes), and we
are now switching to a screencast that will walk through iterating on
a full Rails 2.0.2 (or newer) application. BTW: this is the same
podcast found at our LearningRails.com site or iTunes, if you’ve
already listened to the audio portion you can jump in starting with
the screencasts.

There are a variety of show notes and the upcoming screencasts will
have code posted. We are aiming at beginners.

We hope to have the first screencast posted soon. You can subscribe to
notifications at the site.

-Christopher Haupt

On Apr 6, 1:01 pm, James B. [email protected]

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