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Ruby on Rails Tutorials

Ruby on Rails » Basics — almost 10 years ago
Here's a quick way to build an RSS feed using some of the new features in Rails 2.0.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 6 years ago
Ruby is a one of the most popular languages used on the web. We’ve started a new Session here on Nettuts+ that will introduce you to Ruby, as well as the great frameworks and tools that go along with Ruby development. In this lesson, we’ll look at using regular expression in Ruby.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 6 years ago
Amazon S3 is a great way to store files, but learning how to integrate it into your website can be a challenge. In this article, you will learn how to integrate Amazon S3 and Ruby on Rails through the construction of a simple music streaming application.
Ruby on Rails » Best Practices — almost 7 years ago
Ruby on Rails can be tricky for developers coming from other platforms—not only do you need to learn a new language, but a whole new set of best practices as well. Darcy runs through the top 10 tips and techniques that will keep your code as neat, tidy, and testable as possible.
Ruby on Rails » Security — over 6 years ago
This tutorial is about how to add basic authentication to a RoR app through a simple user table, no ACL or fancier stuff is implemented.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 8 years ago
Building a Forum From Scratch with Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails » Security — over 9 years ago
The unfortunate part about learning a new language or technology is that there's typically little focus on security matters. Rails gives you a lot of time-saving helpers and methods, but you still need to understand where your app might be vulnerable. This is a quick overview of protecting your code against SQL injection attacks and cross-site scripting exploits.
Ruby on Rails » Application Deployment — over 6 years ago
If you’ve made it this far, then It’s safe to assume you’re at least an intermediate user of Rails. If so, I congratulate you! The hardest learning curve is behind you. Now, you can start mastering the really cool stuff. In this post, I want to focus on my favorite third of MVC – the one that I think Rails does best: Models.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — about 9 years ago
Ruby on Rails.. by now most people have heard the hype about it. It promises more effective code, total object orientation, and true MVC architecture to say the least. As far as my own personal experience, it has been all that and more. The code is beautiful, easy to maintain, and edit. In a recent project I was working on, it took me less than 10 hours to do the application, as compared to at least double that if I was writing in PHP.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — almost 7 years ago
In the first part of this two-part tutorial, Darcy will introduce you to Rails 3. You’ll learn how to install Ruby on Rails, generate a basic application to shorten URLs and create a Model for it.
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