Rails 2.x books

Hi,

I’m newbie in Rails development and I would like to know which books
cover
Rails 2.0.

Cheers,

Paulo CASSIANO.

Paulo - with rails moving so fast books can go out of date very quickly.
Have you tried any screencasts?

Yes, I have few Peep Codes, but I need to watch…

I know, books go out of date very quickly, but, can I read a Rails 1.x
book
USING RAILS 2.x ? I think no, because there are many changes, I probably
I
wiil have problems, or at minimum, erros! :wink:

Suggestions? I would like to “start learning Rails 2.x”.

Cheers,

Paulo CASSIANO.

On Jan 30, 2008 1:59 PM, Jimmy P. [email protected]
wrote:

Paulo - with rails moving so fast books can go out of date very quickly.
Have you tried any screencasts?

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I think you can go with The Rails Way book,
=)

Good luck then.

I’ve read the preface of this book, and it seems to be a good choice :wink:

Who have read this book? May you share your opinions?

Cheers,

Paulo C…

On Jan 30, 2008 2:20 PM, Andreh L. [email protected]

I am reading “The Rails Way” now, and it is very good, but I do not
know if I would recommend it as a ‘beginner’ book for Rails. Of
course if you have your feet wet already, you are fairly fluent in
Ruby, and have been through some introductory Rails material before,
then I would highly recommend this book.

On Jan 30, 2008 10:13 AM, Paulo C. [email protected] wrote:

Suggestions? I would like to “start learning Rails 2.x”.

Run the gem server and read the docs.

gem server

http://localhost:8808/


Greg D.
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