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Ruby on Rails Tutorials

Ruby on Rails » Application Deployment — over 6 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 » Testing — over 10 years ago
In this article we'll look at an alternative debugging tool for debugging Rails applications (or any Ruby script, for that matter) while still remaining up-to-date with the latest version of the Ruby interpreter. This tool is even slated to be bundled with future releases of Rails.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — almost 8 years ago
How to setup models and input forms to manage foreign relations in Ruby on Rails.
Ruby on Rails » Application Deployment — over 7 years ago
UJS allows Rails-generated code to be much cleaner, helps separate your JavaScript logic from your HTML layouts, and uncouples Rails from the Prototype JavaScript library. In this tutorial, we’re going to look at these features and learn how to use them in a simple Rails 3 application.
Ruby on Rails » Refactoring — about 8 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 » Refactoring — over 9 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 » ActiveRecord — over 9 years ago
Shorten simple finds considerably and improve readability by using the dynamic find_all_by and find_by methods.
Ruby on Rails » Migrations — almost 11 years ago
A beginners tutorial on how to use migrations in your Ruby on Rails app.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 10 years ago
I was making a RSS feed the other day and wanted to limit the number of characters in my description. Here is how I did it.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — almost 8 years ago
This article and video tutorial will teach you how to setup a basic Fedora server for Rails and PostgreSQL deployments. First, we’ll setup Apache and PostgreSQL. Then, we’ll use phpPgAdmin to create our application’s user and databases. After that, we’ll setup the Ruby platform using Passenger to run our application. Once all the components are installed, we’ll prep our application for deployment using Capistrano.
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