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Ruby Tutorials

Ruby » Basics — over 10 years ago
This is a detailed beginner's introduction to Ruby. It covers general language constructs like loops, arrays, and collections, and it also covers more intermediate topics like regular expressions, file IO, object oriented programming, and exceptions.
Ruby » Basics — about 10 years ago
This extensive tutorial runs through the main aspects of Ruby. It contains example code on the main constructs, using object-oriented aspects of the language, dealing with Exceptions, advanced topics, and more. It's a good start to getting your feet wet in Ruby.
Ruby » Libraries — over 10 years ago
A walkthrough of building an extension for Ruby in C with code examples that only take a few minutes to follow.
Ruby » Basics — over 9 years ago
A run through of 21 tricks and tips (some arcane, some not) you can use in the Ruby programming language.
Ruby » Best Practices — over 10 years ago
Symbols in Ruby are among the most confused aspects of the language. This tutorial covers what they're used for, when to use them, and their advantages and disadvantages.
Ruby » Basics — over 8 years ago
Ruby on Rails for Designers
Ruby » Basics — about 8 years ago
Essential Learning for Ruby on Rails
Ruby » Libraries — over 8 years ago
Bind allows you to invoke actions whenever a file system event has occurred. For example refreshing any number of browsers concurrently in the background while editing website assets. This is a life saver for cross browser JavaScript, CSS, or even HTML web design.
Ruby » Libraries — almost 9 years ago
So you discovered Ruby's Rack 'web framework framework', and would like to know how to extend it, this is done using Rack middleware. We will go through creating a basic Rack application, and a JSON response middleware.
Ruby » Object Oriented Programming — about 10 years ago
A tutorial that gives a nice background on some object-oriented thinking in Ruby, including classes, superclasses, modules, and singleton methods. It's a straightforward tutorial aimed at those who have gotten their feet wet in Ruby, but not the object-oriented aspects of Ruby.
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