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  12. Ruby on Rails
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Ruby on Rails Tutorials

Ruby on Rails » Ajax and RJS — over 14 years ago
Some handy under documented RJS tips and tricks.
Ruby on Rails » Refactoring — about 13 years ago
Learn how to clean up your code through refactoring. This episode will show you how to move code from the view into the model to remove duplication and simplify the view.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 14 years ago
A tutorial walking you through the process of building a wiki system using Ruby on Rails.
Ruby on Rails » Testing — about 13 years ago
In the final part of this series you will see how to refactor your tests. Keeping tests clean is important because it will make testing easier to do in the future.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — about 11 years ago
Short introduction to Ruby on Rails 3 and the advantages that it has over PHP.
Ruby on Rails » ActiveRecord — about 13 years ago
You can pass more than simple strings to find conditions. Arrays, ranges, and nil values can be passed as well. In this episode you will see the tricks involved with passing these odd objects to find conditions.
Ruby on Rails » Models — over 14 years ago
This tutorial shows you how to edit a project and all of its tasks in one form.
Ruby on Rails » Best Practices — about 11 years ago
Ruby on Rails, often shortened to Rails or RoR, is an open source web application framework for the Ruby programming language. It is intended to be used with an Agile development methodology that is used by web developers for rapid development
Ruby on Rails » Best Practices — about 13 years ago
It is often asked: how do I create a list of checkboxes for managing a HABTM association? Ask no more because this episode will show you how to do exactly that.
Ruby on Rails » Best Practices — about 13 years ago
Be careful when storing a model in a session. It will behave differently than you expect and can easily get out of sync with the database. Instead of storing the model directly in the session, store the id to the model and use that to fetch it from the database.
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