Where to start?

Hello rails community…
I am trying to build a web application. Every part of this application
will be done by one man : me. I want to use state of art rails
framework. There are many different process groups for this
application but the main point is i am confused about terminology and
technologies. If this is an one man show, i must learn ruby + rails +
sql (maybe) + css + html + … so far. You can think i am totally
novice. I have enough time for this project up to one year. What is
the best start? Ruby then rails then html then css … What are your
advices? Can you suggest a road map?
Note : I know java and ruby nearly at intermediate level.
Thanks…
Rushen

I would buy a good RoR book and start with it. I wouldn’t start your
project right away without any knowledge.

html , ruby ,rails

after understand the ROR ,then learn the css , javascript , sql and so
on…

It’s my order…

hope it can help u .

Mikki

Mikki wrote:

html , ruby ,rails

after understand the ROR ,then learn the css , javascript , sql and so
on…

No! Learn HTML and CSS first. Get comfortable creating static Web
pages. Then learn some basic SQL, and get to the point where you can
write simple queries easily and understand how to get a DB to 3NF.
JavaScript might also be helpful at this stage, or you can learn it
later. Then brush up your Ruby and start in on Rails. Remember to do
all programming test-first.

It’s my order…

hope it can help u .

Mikki

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

I would stick to Marnens order, sounds good.

You building a webpage so learn the fundamentals first: HTML and CSS
After this stick a little bit to SQL, learn what SELECT,INSERT,UPDATE
offers you and how you can achieve data from mutliple tables via joins
etc pp.
At last stick to RoR with RoR comes JS :wink:

regards

asrijaal

On Sep 4, 2:39 pm, Marnen Laibow-Koser <rails-mailing-l…@andreas-

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