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Agile Web Development with Rails (Pragmatic Programmers) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – März 2009


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  • Taschenbuch: 767 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly Vlg. Gmbh & Co.; Auflage: 0003 (März 2009)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1934356166
  • ISBN-13: 978-1934356166
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 3,4 x 22,6 cm
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Sam Ruby is a prominent software developer who has made significant contributions to the many of the Apache Software Foundation's open source projects, and to the standardization of web feeds via his involvement with the Atom web feed standard and the popular Feed Validator web service. He currently holds a Senior Technical Staff Member position in the Emerging Technologies Group of IBM. He resides in Raleigh, North Carolina. As one of the authors of the Agile Manifesto, Dave Thomas understands agility. As the author of "Programming Ruby", he understands Ruby and how to describe Ruby applications. David Heinemeier Hansson is the creator of the Rails framework.

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0 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Nightwish am 18. Juni 2011
Format: Taschenbuch
Für Programmier Anfänger vielleicht okay, für erfahrene Programmierer empfehle ich das Pickaxe Buch.

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Awesome explanations, gotchas 31. Mai 2009
Von Park Consulting Llc - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Summary: Great book after you've learned the basics of RoR.

I'm writing this review because I disagree strongly with some of the previously submitted reviews that rated this book poorly.

This IS the book I'd HIGHLY recommend to anyone with a programming background who has gone through intro-level RoR books and online tutorials and wants to delve deeper into understanding the framework, in terms of gotchas, tips, recommended coding practices, etc.

When I go to a book store and pick up a book, I skim through it, look at the content, and see if the author(s) covered important or complex topics with an appropriate level of detail. This book nailed that part. Even in skimming the book for 5 minutes, I found explanations for several issues I had run into while learning RoR. E.g. with a has-one / belong-to relationship between 2 models, when does the relationship get saved if you associate the parent in the child, or associate the child to the parent? Things like that, which are relevant to programmers build real applications, are invaluable to know.

One thing that makes the book excellent is how well it explains options and their tradeoffs for implementation of functionality. E.g. there is an excellent writeup on the options for managing session data.
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Good, but not ideal 16. Mai 2009
Von effnish - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I've made it through most of this book and while it has some good coding examples it lacks thorough explanations. If you've got a solid background in development and have done a little research on Rails you'll pick up the content without too much suffering. I've been developing Java for 3 years with little to no web experience and I feel like I could struggle through my own project at this point, but there are better books out there.

I would suggest starting with Rails Foundations 2 and moving to this book later. The Foundations author does a superb job of explaining the rails framework, ActiveRecord, views, and controllers in the 1st 7 chapters before jumping into building an application. Overall that book and Simply Rails 2 strike a better balance between application development and instruction.
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Still a "Must Have" For Those New to Rails 8. Juni 2009
Von Larry - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I don't remember earlier versions of this book getting slammed quite like this one. Maybe it's simply because there's more competition around. Regardless, I still think this is "the" Rails book to get if you're just starting out, or want a refresher on some of the main areas of Rails.
It's gotta be hard to put out a book against such a fast-moving target, and to their credit I think they did a pretty good job - for example, they were able to sneak in a description about named scopes.
My main gripe is that REST has been adopted by the Rails community for quite some time, and I think the tutorial should have been rewritten to reflect this, i.e. it could have done wihout the "add_to_cart", "who_bought", etc. actions in the controllers.
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a lot of fragments of do this and do that 21. April 2009
Von Epsilon Delta - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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the feel i get from the pragmatic guide on Rails is: do this and do that. It gives you a lot of fragments of knowledge, without a very complete big picture, and without a complete explanation of what's going on. I tend to learn from the big picture and then going down to the details, and understand why in each step, so this book is not for me.
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Gets Better Every Time I Refer to It. 23. Dezember 2009
Von Rilindo Foster - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Originally, I meant to use this book to learn Rails. For some reason though, I could not quite get through the material - I think that the example application (the famous depot code ) was not something I particular care for at the time, so I ended up using the Learning Rails book from O'Reilly to start learning how to build Rails apps. Then I went and did something for a while.

When I got back into Rails, I again went to the Learning Rails book and started to build a web app, however, I felt like I should be able to do more with the app I built, so I started to search around various Rails web sites, as well as the Rails API documentation; at some point, I started to refer to the Agile book again. That is when I started to understand why its so popular.

Details on Active Record / Views? Check.
Pagination? Check.
Time Zones? Check.

In fact, I think I would have saved myself a lot of time on research if I have just look up the details I wanted to know in the book. That, I believe, is the strength of this book - not only it will give you the basics of building Rails, but it will go into depth as to WHY and HOW Rails works.

Not to say that Learning Rails book is bad - I think I did better with the Learning Rails through that book and I recommend that publication to anyone getting into Rails. At the same time, if you want to get beyond the basics, you will save yourself a lot of time on research by just going through the Agile book. If nothing else, get both books.
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