Dany Wu wrote:
I see there are two books recommended on the RoR website. As usual I
some recommendation from users on this matter.
I am currently a .NET developer and familiar with a few languages
.NET. Which one of these books would be suitable for me to get started
end-to-end development? Or can someone perhaps recommend a different
Dany, you might also want to take a look at David Black’s recently
released Ruby for Rails (R4R) book along with the PragProg book. I would
recommend them both. R4R maybe a little bit verbose for people who
already know Rails, but for beginners I believe it is an excellent
introduction to Rails along with very informative treatment of the Ruby
language from specifically the Rails framework perspective. It will
definitely help you with some of the Ruby magic that the Rails
developers have used to create this wonderful framework.
There are two chapters available free of charge. You should definitely
look into it.