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Ruby on Rails Tutorials

Ruby on Rails » Migrations — over 13 years ago
A beginners tutorial on how to use migrations in your Ruby on Rails app.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 10 years ago
How to setup models and input forms to manage foreign relations in Ruby on Rails.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — almost 11 years ago
Ruby on Rails is a elegant framework with an abundance of built in functions. However, sometimes finding and implementing the right ones for your project isn't always easy. Here, we'll review 8 lesser-known tips that will enable you to get the most out of your dynamic web application.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — almost 12 years ago
This week, we'll do a little bit more with getting an actual page up and running. We'll also work on adding more interactivity by embedding ruby in HTML and learning a little about variables. After that, we'll learn more about Ruby's beautiful URL structure and how to manipulate it, plus other things as well.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 9 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. In this chapter, we’ll take a look at creating our own Ruby classes.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — almost 13 years ago
With Rubyforge and RubyGem, learn how to configure the initial runtime with all necessary features included when you're trying to set up Ruby on Rails on Windows.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — about 13 years ago
This is an entry-level tutorial for those new to both Ruby and to Rails. It will give you an overview of what both are (and aren't), how to get started with RoR development, and how to make your first website with RoR.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — almost 12 years ago
Everything you wanted to know about layouts: global layouts, controller layouts, shared layouts, dynamic layouts and action layouts. Yes, there really are that many ways to specify a layout.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 12 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 — about 12 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.
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