Programming the Web with Ruby eBook
Take your Ruby skills to the next level
My name is Satish Talim and I blog at RubyLearning.com. I have published the Programming the Web with Ruby eBook (updated 15th Jan. 2013). The price is only US$ 9.95. You can download the sample chapter “Creating one’s own Ruby Gem“. Scroll down to read more details about the eBook.
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My Programming the Web with Ruby eBook is an easy-to-follow and a complete step-by-step guide to quickly understand and start using Ruby-related tools, creating tiny web-applications and small services in Ruby. I focused entirely on practical advice with specific, doable how-to tips, tools and techniques. Follow the easy steps and clear tactics to take action today.
Who’s it for?
Anyone who knows the Ruby programming language can benefit from the “Programming the Web with Ruby eBook“.
By the time you complete reading the eBook, you can quickly create your own tiny web-applications in Ruby and write lots of small services.
If you buy the eBook, you can enroll for free in the next “Programming the Web with Ruby” course at RubyLearning.org. Email me your Paypal payment Transaction ID at satish [at] rubylearning [dot] org
eBook – Topics covered
- Understanding HTTP concepts
- Creating a Ruby Gem
- Rack Middleware
- Sinatra and Rack Middleware
- Deployment to Heroku
- Using MongoDB with Ruby Mongo driver
- Sinatra, ActiveRecord and SQLite – building a CRUD app
Buy the Programming the Web with Ruby eBook
The eBook is over 100 pages and is in pdf format. The cost of this eBook is only a nominal US$ 9.95 and is collected to help RubyLearning maintain the site and the eBook, and provide quality content to you.
You can BUY the Programming the Web with Ruby eBook for US$ 9.95 only (updated 15th Jan. 2013) by clicking on the ADD TO CART button below. You can pay by secure PayPal.
Satish Talim is an author and founder of RubyLearning.com and RubyLearning.org where, since 2005, over 45000 participants have learnt Ruby programming from across the globe.