It's nice to see ruby spreading across the net so fast. With such a great community that contributes on making this language more and more popular I'm sure we're going to enjoy reading many articles like this one. Chewing this entry you'll learn great new tutorials, blogs with blogs, tools, IDE's, video lessons and so much more in the... "Ruby on Rails creme of the month"
"Ruby gives you the power to express more in less words - conciseness of syntax, along with great metaprogramming abilities leads to the expressivity that Ruby offers."
From 10 to 1 the best blogs that talk about ruby on rails.
I always wanted to learn ruby on rails but was scared of a new start. With such tutorials I might change my mind.
"Rack is a modular web server interface for Ruby. Instead of coding your application for a particular server interface like CGI or Ruby?s WEBrick, you adapt your application instead to the Rack interface specification, and invoke the appropriate server handler. With just a minuscule amount of work, you can easily deploy your app using any of WEBrick, Mongrel, FCGI or CGI."
"A long time ago, on an internet far away, publishing code to RubyForge was a scary thing to do. Fortunately, Ryan Davis has remedied that situation by writing hoe, a set of rake tasks for testing, packaging, and releasing RubyGems."
"The presentation shows how to involve on-site customers in the evolution of their DSL syntax and how it leads to higher-quality, more correct software. The process of moving from a draft DSL syntax to implementation via TDD will be explained in depth."
Simple and effective ruby syntax presentation
"God is an easy to configure, easy to extend monitoring library written in Ruby. Keeping your server processes and tasks running should be a simple part of your deployment process. God aims to be the simplest, most powerful monitoring application available"
Learn How To Installing Ruby on Rails and PostgreSQL on Mac OS X
"Ruby on Rails is an elegant, compact and fun way to build web applications. Unfortunately, many gotchas await the new programmer. Now that I have a few rails projects under my belt, here?s my shot at sparing you the suffering I experienced when first getting started."
ActiveScaffold is a great plugin to start building a user interface. The great thing about AS is, that is automatically recognizes associated models. When editing a model, you can easily add or select another model that you want to associate with is.
"Just in time for the release of JRuby 1.0 and following my experiments with writing JRuby scripts to manage remote applications using JMX (part I & II), I created jmx4r, a simple library which makes it super easy to write such scripts."
"I have created a ready-to run public Ubuntu and Ruby on Rails image for Amazon EC2. "
As much as I hate some of their ways of making things heard I can't ignore a good post for my ruby readers. Ruby On Rails Rake tutorial.
Bayes classifiers are a class of simple probabilistic algorithms which apply Bayes? theorem in order to learn the underlying probability distribution of the data (with a few simplifying assumptions, hence the Naive).
"Because Ruby is an interpreted language, to bend Rails to your will, you will need to employ many different caching strategies. This article explores the caching strategies that are available to you, including the ones we use for ChangingThePresent.org."
"Ruby on Rails is, in my humble opinion, a fantastic framework for rapid development. So, In my love for this framework I?ve gathered some links to must-see resources."
Great tool to program ruby.
"Months ago, I read the chapter on Y combinator in "the Little Schemer" but couldn't finish it. Not too long ago, Reg Braithwaite wrote a blog entry on implementing Y combinator in Ruby."