The Ruby on Rails web application framework got lots of buzz in last year. Apple has just posted very nice and easy to follow tutorial on Ruby On Rails for web development on Mac OS X.
According to apple it is no surprise that Mac OS X is a favored platform for Rails development. Rails and its supporting cast of web servers and databases thrive on the rich Mac OS X environment.
* This tutorial covers
* Installing Rails
* Creating a New Rails Application
* Jump-Starting the Application
* Creating the Database Schema
* And other related stuff etc
Overall an excellent tutorial and highly recommend for all newbie's out there.TwitterFacebookGoogle+PDF versionFound an error/typo on this page? Help us!
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