This category is for Ruby on Rails (RoR), and all derivitives, spin-offs, related software, etc. RoR is a full stack, Web application framework, optimized for programmer happiness and sustainable productivity. It is written fully in Ruby, and allows writing sound code by favoring convention over configuration. It is Open Source, with an MIT license.
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Ruby on Rails
RoR home; full stack, Web application framework optimized for sustainable programming productivity, allows writing sound code by favoring convention over configuration. Videos, presentations, books, tutorials, samples, community, downloads. [Open Source, MIT license]
Agile Web Development with Rails
Dave Thomas, Mike Clark, David Heinemeier Hansson, Leon Breedt, Thomas Fuchs, Andrea Schwarz; Pragmatic Bookshelf, 2006, ISBN 0977616630. Thorough guide, from Agile Programming perspective.
Building Web Apps
Information portal for developers. Provides news, tutorials on the framework and its related subjects.
Provides several articles and tutorials about the framework and the language.
Provides a tool that's tracking applications errors.
HotScripts.com: Ruby on Rails
Links to RoR scripts, programs, tutorials, books, websites.
A framework that facilitates writing reusable code with ExtJS and Rails.
Offers a performance management solution enabling developers to diagnose and fix application performance problems in real time.
Courses: RoR, Advanced Rails, Production Rails, Ajax. Highly qualified instructors.
Help and support for Ruby on Rails programmers; from beginners to seasoned veterans.
Chad Fowler; Pragmatic Bookshelf, 2006, ISBN 0977616606. Shows how experts have already solved many problems, from latest Ajax effects to development time-saving automation tips.
Wikipedia: Ruby on Rails
Encyclopedia article about the web application framework, with history, philosophy, and a technical overview.
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