|Ruby on Rails Resource Center|
Welcome to the Ruby on Rails Resource Center. Ruby on Rails is an open source, web application framework that increases the speed at which you can create database-driven websites. Start your search here for Ruby on Rails resources, including introductory tutorials, webcasts, downloads, FAQs, books, forums, newsgroups, conferences and more. In the Ruby on Rails Resource Center you’ll find links to:
- "Ruby on Rails: Making Programmers Happy," an interview with David Heinemeier Hansson, creator of Ruby on Rails, and Darryl Taft, Senior editor of eWeek.
- The tutorial, "Learn Ruby on Rails: the Ultimate Beginner's Tutorial," by Patrick Lenz.
- The Ruby on Rails Quick Reference guide.
- The article, "5 Ways to Optimize AJAX in Ruby on Rails," by Shanti Braford.
- The article, "Ruby on Rails for the Rest of Us," by Justin Williams.
- The article, "Ruby on Rails" It Makes Development Fast, Agile and Manageable," by Michael Swaine.
- The blog of David Heinemeier Hansson, developer of Rails.
- The blog of Jamis Buck and Michael Koziarski, members of the Rails core team.
- The article, "Starting Ruby on Rails: What I Wish I Knew."
- The article, "The Complete Guide to Rails Plugins: Part I," by David Heinemeier Hansson.
- The Ruby on Rails site that includes an overview Ruby on Rails, examples, downloads, documentation, APIs, books, tutorials, community links and more.
- The article, "Rails in Action: The 56 Best RoR Driven Sites," from Software Developer.
- The sample chapter, "Welcome to the World of Ruby on Rails," from Ruby on Rails for Dummies, by Barry Burd.
- The sample chapter, "Welcome to Ruby," from Beginning Ruby on Rails, by Steve Holzner.
- The tutorial, "Developing a Facebook Platform Application with Ruby on Rails," by Stuart Eccles.
- The tutorial, "Integrating Flex 2 and Ruby on Rails," By Derek Wischusen.
- The webcast, "Ruby on Rails," with Ian Lamont—a six-minute podcast that overviews Ruby and the Rails open source environment.
- The Railscasts webcasts by Ryan Bates that feature tips and tricks for developers.
- A series of 55 podcasts on Ruby on Rails topics that include debugging, exception handling, updating with checkboxes, contributing to Rails, console tricks, conditional validations and more.
- Ruby of Rails training courses, FAQs, conferences, jobs, forums, newsgroups, sample chapters, books and tools.
- And more…