By Michael Hartl

ISBN-10: 0134077709

ISBN-13: 9780134077703

The Ruby on Rails educational e-book and screencast sequence educate you the way to strengthen and set up actual, industrial-strength net purposes with Ruby on Rails, the open-source internet framework that powers most sensible web pages resembling Twitter, Hulu, GitHub, and the Yellow Pages.

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