Human D. wrote:
I know Ruby, but seems I forgot some advanced details so I like to
read a Ruby book again.
Which one guys?
Thanks a lot,
not have is the second edition of “The Ruby Way”. So that’s the way I’d
go. It’s also the newest of the three, so it has the benefit of some
things the other two don’t. “The Ruby Way, 2nd Edition” has a couple of
other things going for it:
- A fairly complete comparison of the major Ruby GUIs. That’s got to be
the most frequently-asked question here.
- About the only usable documentation on web app frameworks other
than Rails, like Nitro.
- As many “recipes” and “snippets” as most of the “cookbooks” have.
M. Edward (Ed) Borasky, FBG, AB, PTA, PGS, MS, MNLP, NST, ACMC§
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