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Rails Pocket Referenceby Eric Berry
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Rails 2.1 brings a new level of stability and power to this acclaimed web development framework, but keeping track of its numerous moving parts is still a chore. Rails Pocket Reference offers you a painless alternative to hunting for resources online, with brief yet thorough explanations of the most frequently used methods and structures supported by Rails 2.1, along with key concepts you need to work through the framework's most tangled corners.
And much more. Save yourself hours of frustration: If you use Rails daily and just want the facts — fast — this is your book.
Rails 2.0 brings the acclaimed Rails framework to a new level of stability and power. At the same time, however, the number of moving parts remains impressive. The Rails Pocket Reference gives developers an alternative to aspirin and hunting for current references online. The Rails Pocket Reference covers all of the most frequently used methods and structures supported by Rails 2.0, and also explains key concepts needed to work through the most tangled corners of Rails.
About the Author
Eric Berry is a Ruby on Rails developer for AtTask (http://www.attask.com), a leader in web-based project management software. He is also the creator of Solid Core Blogger, a Rails version 2.0 blogger application, which can be seen in action at solidcoresolutions.com. Before coming to AtTask, he was a co-founder of ShareAPhoto.com which was acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2006.
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