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Ruby on Rails Tutorials

Ruby on Rails » Routes — almost 11 years ago
Rails produces some pretty nice URLs. The URLs don't setup automatically though, you need to setup routes to match them to sections of your application. In this screencast you'll learn how they work, and how to set them up yourself.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — about 11 years ago
So you're just about to crack on and dive into that code, but wait, you don't even need to do that! Rails comes with generators for basic functionality so you can get going as quickly as possible.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 8 years ago
Ruby is a one of the most popular languages used on the web. We’ve recently started a new screencast series here on Nettuts+ that will introduce you to Ruby, as well as the great frameworks and tools that go along with Ruby development. Today, we’ll look at the basic Ruby datatypes, as well as using variables and storing your Ruby code in files.
Ruby on Rails » Refactoring — over 9 years ago
So named_scope is great. It's a quick and clear way to share common SQL fragments within your app by defining them in your models. But one aspect of scopes that might not be immediately apparent is how much logic you can strip from your controllers this way.
Ruby on Rails » Performance — almost 11 years ago
Learn a quick way to improve performance. Just store the end result of an expensive command in an instance variable!
Ruby on Rails » Migrations — over 12 years ago
A beginners tutorial on how to use migrations in your Ruby on Rails app.
Ruby on Rails » Application Deployment — about 8 years ago
How to create a cron job that calls the same code that a Rails action view is calling in an ApplicationController.
Ruby on Rails » Refactoring — over 10 years ago
Keep your controllers clean and forms flexible by adding virtual attributes to your model. This very powerful technique allows you to create form fields which may not directly relate to the database.
Ruby on Rails » Best Practices — about 11 years ago
Loading in a configuration file can be really handy when you have a few settings that might change in the future of your application, such as contact email addresses or the strength of a spam filter.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 11 years ago
Here's a quick way to build an RSS feed using some of the new features in Rails 2.0.
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