With the Ruby on Rails 3 Tutorial screencast series, you'll learn to make real, industrial-strength web applications with Ruby on Rails, the open-source web framework that powers many of the web’s top sites, including Twitter, Hulu, and the Yellow Pages. The screencast series includes 12 individual lessons totaling more than 15 hours, with one lesson for each chapter of the Ruby on Rails 3 Tutorial book. The Rails 3 Tutorial screencasts also contain dozens of tips and tricks to help you go beyond the Rails Tutorial book, including debugging hints, test-driven development techniques, and solutions to many of the book’s exercises. And though the screencasts are carefully edited, I’ve left in some of the problems I encountered along the way, so that you can learn how to recover from the inevitable application errors—and see that even experts sometimes make mistakes.
The Ruby on Rails 3 Tutorial screencasts bring Rails development to life in a way that is difficult to express in print: if the Rails Tutorial book is the musical score, the screencast series is the symphony. To see some examples, you can view an excerpt or download a complete sample lesson. Like the Rails Tutorial PDF, the screencast series is available for purchase as a standalone product, but the best deal is the PDF/screencast bundle; click here to buy it now!
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Ruby on Rails Tutorial: Learn Rails by Example (15+ hrs of screencasts). Anyone wants?
Posted by Mark J at 10:51 AM