[ADV] Next Beta of Rails Recipes available

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Dave Thomas, Mar 16, 2006.

  1. Dave Thomas

    Dave Thomas Guest

    Folks:

    The fourth beta of Rails Recipes, Chad Fowler's book or writing real-
    world Rails,
    is now available.

    It features nine new recipes (and fixes the PDF bookmark problem):

    - Secret URLs
    - Integration Testing
    - Cheap And Easy Theme Support
    - Lightning Fast JavaScript Auto Completes
    - Use Active Record Outside Of Rails
    - Sharing Models Between Applications
    - Keeping Track Of Who Did What
    - Generate Application Documentation
    - Stub Out Authentication

    The book now features contributions from three members of the Rails
    Core Team,
    and includes countless suggestions for existing readers. This is
    definitely
    the book to have on using Rails in the real world.


    You can update the PDF if (for free, obviously) by visiting

    http://books.pragprog.com/titles/fr_rr/reorder

    You'll need two of:

    - your order number,
    - the e-mail address you used on your order, and
    - the first line of the street address in the order

    (Remember, it's easier to give just two, not three, pieces of
    information. Order number
    and email address tend to be least ambiguous)


    Cheers


    Dave
     
    Dave Thomas, Mar 16, 2006
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