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Ruby on Rails Tutorials

Ruby on Rails » Refactoring — about 10 years ago
If you want to change something in the layout on a per-template basis, content_for is your answer! This allows templates to specify view code that can be placed anywhere in a layout.
Ruby on Rails » Application Deployment — over 7 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 » Performance — about 10 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 » Ajax and RJS — over 8 years ago
This tutorial will guide you how to display tabular data in Ruby on Rails environment within editable datagrid, using dhtmlxGrid Ajax control. We will end up with a datagrid with in-line editing, sorting, and filtering, which loads its data from server and saves it back to the database using Ruby on Rails.
Ruby on Rails » Plugins — almost 10 years ago
Due to a bug in the code, installing the Facebooker plugin in Rails requires an extra step.
Ruby on Rails » Ajax and RJS — about 3 years ago
In this blog, You can learn how to make marketing planing for target audience.A product is useless until and unless it is accepted by the targeted audience for whom it has been developed. So whenever a product is launched in the market the very next step is to define strategies & goals for the marketing campaign of that product.
Ruby on Rails » Testing — almost 6 years ago
Software testing company offers saas product testing services which help to reduce shelf ware risks of saas application and testing tools associated with validation of application. We offer testing solutions to customer based on technology and business solutions.
Ruby on Rails » Ajax and RJS — over 11 years ago
Some handy under documented RJS tips and tricks.
Ruby on Rails » Security — almost 11 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 7 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.
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