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Crafting Rails 4 Applications. I would recommend this book. It’s fairly short and easy to work through, making it a good introductory tutorial before you move on to the more advanced ones.
Sam Koblenski, 25 March Learn Ruby on Rails is a rubu book for anyone starting to learn web development, giving you the dqniel and explanations at the right time in an encouraging way. Linda Liukas, co-founder of Rails Girls, 1 Oct Learn Ruby on Rails is the gentlest introduction to Rails that I know of, so it’s a great place for gails to start.
Learn Ruby on Rails is larn fantastic book for someone just starting out, and goes into so much of the important background that other Rails books skim over. Justin Weiss, author of Practicing Rails8 Nov I love what you’re doing with this book. Specifically, that you’re explaining and putting in context the whole ecosystem around Rails.
Much needed for people just entering the field.
Avdi Grimm, 1 Oct Michael Hartl’s “Rails Tutorial” is often recommended as the best book to learn Rails, and it is excellent, but there is another book that is better for beginners. The book is lively, engaging, and very readable. It also provides more detail about the lore and culture of professional Rails development, doing a better job covering basic concepts, and providing self-help advice for danniel problems faced by beginners.
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We’re making the book available to all the students who take our workshops. Netguru, 29 Oct I’ve gone through many Rubh tutorials and yours are by far the best. A great place for a beginner. Christian Whitesides, 16 October Your book is amazing.
I have a much better understanding of Ruby and Rails.
To be clear, I subscribed to Team Treehouse for several months but found their Rails instruction terrible. Your book was significantly better than their material. I will recommend to anyone looking to learn Rails to begin with your book. Brent Sullivan, 12 October Your tutorial has been the perfect combo of concise, informative, and enjoyable.
Zachary Studt, 21 September I finished your tutorial last week and really enjoyed llearn. I just wanted to say that I went to the London Ruby User Group meetup last week following completion of your tutorial, and met a guy there who has now invited me to his company for a three month trial period as an entry level Rails developer. Your tutorial added a huge amount to my ability to talk rils about Rails and demonstrate a desire to teach myself the framework.
Luke Bennellick, 3 September I am really enjoying the book. The content about how programming is actually done in practice e. Railz Brown, 14 August The book was awesome and very well written. Thank you for writing it. Matthew Meyers, 16 July runy I’ve been a fan of your works for a while, especially because you’re always staying on top of updates and don’t assume knowledge.
A lot of books and references out there fail to stay up-to-date when new releases of Rails comes out but you always seem to get releases at just the right time! Ryan Le, 9 June I am working through the book and have been so happy and impressed with the depth of this resource!
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I really appreciate how you explain the context surrounding making apps with Rails beyond just the code. Just wanted to say thanks! Jessica, 22 April You do a superb job on your materials and they flow perfectly with the way I learn things. You provide the perfect amount of detail with explanations. Mark Nielsen, 22 April I danuel a lot of programming experience, but Rails was just beating me – even after doing Michael Hartl’s excellent tutorial.
Your back-to-basics approach is already filling the gaps. There is just so much to learn and having someone explain it properly is what In needed. I already feel like I have been saved from months of slogging it out on my own. Thanks for saving my Rails bacon. Kevin McCaughey, 21 March We’ve started a book club for girls learning with Learn Ruby on Rails that is going great — so great in fact that we have requests from people willing to join that were not at the Rails Girls Warsaw event but would still love to learn this way.
Thank you so much for giving the participants an easy start into world of web development, I’m sure it means the world to them! My very first Rails app was based on your book, which I have to say is one of the best kehor I have ever read in my life.
Thank you very much for making this. Daniell Barbella, 6 March I just wanted to say thanks for the Learn Ruby on Rails tutorial. I went through the Hartl tutorial first, and while great, it’s too much, too fast. I feel like the highly introductory nature of your tutorial build from scratch: Alex Kaja, 4 March I am at ground zero with Rails and Ruby and I am following your book.
I must say that I never found so many resources and tools bundled in any other book or video tutorial so kudos on that. Paul Csiki, 5 February Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful Learn Ruby on Rails book. I’ve been trying to study Rails for the past couple of months, but was bogged down.
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Your course is easy to follow and has taught me all the basic details that I was expecting to learn. By far this has been the best book I have read. Aniruddha Barapatre, 6 January I’m enjoying the Learn Ruby on Rails book immensely. I had previously completed Hartl’s Rails Tutorial, so I wasn’t really a newbie, but I am still learning a great deal from your tutorial.
I am especially grateful for your treatment and explanation of the various gems. Steve Riley, 23 Dec Joseph May, 23 Dec Learn Ruby on Rails by Daniel Kehoe is a good tutorial.
In fact, it’s probably the best tutorial available for people new to Rails. I think it’s a solid tutorial that is a good starting point for anyone who wants to learn Rails. If nothing else it has given me a good foundation upon which to build via more complex tutorials and danuel. It’s very well written.
Other books present way too many new concepts at a time. For example Hartl’s book is very well made, but too complex for a beginner, so it’s very easy to get lost. Your book instead is an ideal starting point for Rails beginners, and avoids scaffolding that produces much messy and unused code. I really like the way you build the book with all the additional links and info.
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We are three beginner railsgirls and have been staring at code for hours to find out where some information came from—but you can’t find out unless you know about Rails theory and magic. It gets better after a while thanks to the nice tutorials you do.
The tutorials covered things that were relevant, and practical. I often find tutorials lead you to building things that aren’t that useful, so it was fuby to get dumped into something that I could immediately see the practicalities of using, and how I could expand on the knowledge gained from the exercise.
The book is great to follow. Take if from one who is just starting out and has been over innumerable materials on Ruby and Rails, I’ve not read anything as easy going as your book.