Agile Web Development with Rails 7 (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Wednesday, 07 June 2023

This book shows how to use Rails to produce high-quality, beautiful-looking web applications quickly - you concentrate on creating the application, and Rails takes care of the details. Sam Ruby and Dave Thomas start with a step-by-step walkthrough of building a real application, and in-depth chapters look at the built-in Rails features. Later chapters show how to seamlessly incorporate JavaScript, send and receive emails, manage background jobs with ActiveJob, and build real-time features using WebSockets and ActionCable.

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Author: Sam Ruby and Dave Thomas
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: JUne 2023
Pages: 476
ISBN: 978-1680509298
Print: 1680509292
Kindle: B0C5PW6BDW
Audience: Ruby on Rails developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Ruby

 

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