Rails 3.0

can some tell me where i can find rails 3.0 ebooks for free?

Thanks
MNT

Rails 3.0 is still in development so I doubt anyone has completed a
book on it.

Just google for torrents.

On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 12:03 PM, RORock[email protected] wrote:

can some tell me where i can find rails 3.0 ebooks for free?

Thanks
MNT


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Hey, the current release version of Rails is 2.3.3

2009/8/27 Conrad T. [email protected]

Hey, the current release version of Rails is 2.3.3 and it’s also
displayed on the rubyonrails.com. However, you can access the current
state of Rails 3.0pre by downloading Edge Rails.

Good luck,

-Conrad

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Ricardo S. wrote:

I bought the ebook from Manning publishers
“Rails 3 in action” by Yehuda K. et al. Unfortunately
is not ready yet but keep an eye on it as they send releases
periodically.

  • Ricardo

How many chapters are ready to read as of now…?

On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 12:05 AM, Rails G. <
[email protected]> wrote:

Hi, I would recommend following these blogs until the Rails 3.0
framework
becomes concrete:

http://ryandaigle.com
http://weblog.rubyonrails.org
http://yehudakatz.com

There may be more but the ones above will provide you with the state of
Rails 3.0. Finally, the
book, Rails 3.0 in Action, has a scheduled release in February 2010
which is
6 months away.

Good luck,

-Conrad

I bought the ebook from Manning publishers
“Rails 3 in action” by Yehuda K. et al. Unfortunately
is not ready yet but keep an eye on it as they send releases
periodically.

  • Ricardo

I bought the Rails 3.0 book from Manning but as fas as I know, there
are no charters finished yet, at least I have no received it.

On Aug 29, 9:25 pm, Ricardo S. [email protected]

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