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Aptana RadRails: An IDE for Rails Development

Aptana RadRails: An IDE for Rails Development

by Javier Ramirez
248 Pages · 2008 · 4.77 MB · 1,385 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Application Testing with Capybara
by Matthew Robbins
104 Pages · 2013 · 3.3 MB · 1,224 Downloads · New!
Everybody understands why implementing automated tests is important but at the same time developing them can be costly and time consuming, and tests can be also be fragile and prone to false positives. By using Capybara, you can develop robust tests quickly and run them in multiple drivers ensuring greater re-use; Capybara’s API also extends the human readable style made popular by frameworks such as Cucumber and RSpec.
Beginning Ruby, 2nd Edition
by Peter Cooper
658 Pages · 2009 · 13.73 MB · 4,358 Downloads · New!
Based on the bestselling first edition, Beginning Ruby: From Novice to Professional, Second Edition is the leading guide for every type of reader who wants to learn Ruby from the ground up.
Beginning Ruby, 3rd Edition
by Peter Cooper
476 Pages · 2016 · 14.1 MB · 1,073 Downloads · New!
Learn the principles behind object-oriented programming and within a few chapters create a fully functional Ruby application. You’ll also gain a basic understanding of many ancillary technologies such as databases, XML, web frameworks, and networking – some of which are needed as part of a fully functioning Ruby application.
Best of Ruby Quiz
by James Edward Gray II
304 Pages · 2006 · 1.6 MB · 2,022 Downloads · New!
Sharpen your Ruby programming skills with twenty-five challenging problems from Ruby Quiz. Read the problems, work out a solution, and compare your solution with others. This book is a collection of highlights from the first year of Ruby Quiz challenges. Inside, you will find expanded content, all new solutions, and more in depth discussions of Ruby Quiz problems and solutions. This is the book for anyone who really wants to improve their Ruby skills.
Build Awesome Command-Line Applications in Ruby
by David B. Copeland
224 Pages · 2012 · 3.4 MB · 2,888 Downloads · New!
As Ruby pro David Copeland explains, writing a command-line application that is self-documenting, robust, adaptable and forever useful is easier than you might think. Ruby is particularly suited to this task, since it combines high-level abstractions with “close to the metal” system interaction wrapped up in a concise, readable syntax. Moreover, Ruby has the support of a rich ecosystem of open-source tools and libraries.
Build Awesome Command-Line Applications in Ruby 2
by David B. Copeland
224 Pages · 2013 · 4 MB · 4,816 Downloads · New!
Speak directly to your system. With its simple commands, flags, and parameters, a well-formed command-line application is the quickest way to automate a backup, a build, or a deployment and simplify your life. With this book, you’ll learn specific ways to write command-line applications that are easy to use, deploy, and maintain, using a set of clear best practices and the Ruby programming language. This book is designed to make any programmer or system administrator more productive in their job. Now updated for Ruby 2.