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Are you interested in learning Ruby On Rails?

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What is Ruby on Rails? In-depth primer on Ruby and Rails, “What is Ruby on Rails?” Explains what is important about Ruby and Rails. This article introduces basic concepts of web development, explains why Ruby ...

Create simple MVC application (Ruby on Rails series -part 10)

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1. In this section, we'll outline our plans for the demo application. We'll start by generating the application skeleton using the rails command: cd rails_project rails new demo_app cd demo_app 2. Next, we'll use ...

First application with Ruby (Ruby on Rails series -part 6)

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Virtually all Rails applications start the same way, by running rails new command. This handy command creates a skeleton Rails application in a directory of your choice. To get started, make a directory for your Rails...

Getting Started with Ruby on Heroku (Ruby on Rails series -part 8)

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This quickstart will get you going with Ruby and the Sinatra web framework, deployed to Heroku. For Rails applications, please see Getting Started with Rails 4.x on Heroku. For general information on how to develop an...

How to Install ROR and Spree 2.0.x on Windows

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Spree is a e-commerce development platform built in Ruby On Rails . In this post , we will install and run a sample web application built in spree. First of all , install Ruby version > 1.9.x . Step 1 you have ...

How to use Spree eCommerce solution

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Spree is a complete open source e-commerce solution for Ruby on Rails. 1. Install imagemagick To install ImageMagick, download it from http://www.imagemagick.org/script/binary-releases.php#windows and then run $...

Ruby version Control With GIT (Ruby on Rails series -part 7)

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Git is the most popular version control system for use with Ruby on Rails. There are others, but Git is probably the easiest, certainly capable, and most Rails developers know and use Git. Plus, you can share your cod...

The objectives of next videos in this series (Ruby on Rails series -part 9)

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The objectives of next videos in this series will be: 1. Create a demonstration application for users and (micro)posts using scoffolding. 2. Get a first tatste of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. 3. St...

Websites written in Rails (Ruby on Rails series -part 5)

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http://shopify.com http://scribd.com http://twitter.com http://hulu.com http://yp.com http://37signals.com http://campfirenow.com

Your first contact with Ruby (Ruby on Rails series -part 4)

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We will learn how to: Install Rails and setup the development environment. Generate a rirst Rails application. Put the first app under version control with Git. Share the first app's code at GitHub and deplo...