Modern Front-End Development for Rails (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Monday, 31 October 2022

This book shows how to improve the user experience for your Rails app with rich client-side interactions. Noel Rappin shows how to use the Rails 7 tools and simplify the complex JavaScript ecosystem, and how to build user interactions with Hotwire, Turbo, and Stimulus.

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In the latest edition of this book, Rappin covers Stimulus, a library that brings Rails conventions to JavaScript tools, along with React to automatically update the browser when your data changes.

Author: Noel Rappin
Publisher: Pragmatic Programmer
Date: October 2022
Pages: 410
ISBN: 978-1680509618
Print: 1680509616
Audience: Ruby developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Ruby

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Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Pages: 988
ISBN: 978-0201717068
Print: 0201717069
Kindle: B0826523GZ
Audience: Programmers with plenty of time to spare
Rating: 3
Reviewer Mike James:
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Author: V. Scott Gordon
Publisher: Mercury
Date: September 2018
Pages: 384
ISBN: 978-1683922216
Print: 1683922212
Kindle: B07MHD8TKB
Audience: Developers wanting to learn OpenGL
Rating: 5
Reviewer: Mike James


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