Jump Start Sinatra – With this book and a little Ruby, you can make Sinatra sing – #programming #bookreview

Jump Start Sinatra Get Up to Speed with Sinatra in a Weekend Darren Jones (SitePoint – Kindle, Paperback) Many Ruby developers love Rails for its power and capabilities as a model-view-controller (MVC) framework. But some of them don’t like Rails’ size, complexity, and learning curve. Meanwhile, many other Rubyists love Sinatra for its simplicity and … Continue reading Jump Start Sinatra – With this book and a little Ruby, you can make Sinatra sing – #programming #bookreview

Deploying Rails – A good how-to guide covering choices, tools & best practices – #programming #bookreview

Deploying Rails: Automate, Deploy, Scale, Maintain, and Sleep at Night Anthony Burns and Tom Copeland (Pragmatic Bookshelf, paperback) Maybe you have been studying Ruby and Rails and now feel ready for the next big step. Perhaps you are already on a job where a Rails application needs to be deployed and running on a server … Continue reading Deploying Rails – A good how-to guide covering choices, tools & best practices – #programming #bookreview

Rails Recipes: Rails 3 Edition – Solutions to 70 Problems & More – #bookreview #in #rails #programming

Rails Recipes: Rails 3 Edition Chad Fowler Pragmatic Bookshelf, paperback, list price $35.00) Chad Fowler’s Rails Recipes: Rails 3 Edition is aimed at developers who need to solve tough problems while using Rails. But Rails beginners also can learn plenty from the 70 “recipes” in this excellent guide. The 280-page book is divided into seven … Continue reading Rails Recipes: Rails 3 Edition – Solutions to 70 Problems & More – #bookreview #in #rails #programming

Ride Some Rails with The Rails View – #bookreview #in #rails #programming

The Rails View: Create a Beautiful and Maintainable User Experience John Athayde and Bruce Williams (Pragmatic Bookshelf, paperback, list price $35.00) Rails was created in 2004 “and the web discovered the MVC (model-view-controller) pattern in earnest, which brought a whole new level of productivity and fun to a world of developers and designers,” the authors of … Continue reading Ride Some Rails with The Rails View – #bookreview #in #rails #programming