Category Archives: Server Side frameworks

Getting Started With Rails

There are many things involved in creating a complicated web application. There are clients, servers, and all of the things in between. This stage walks you through what web applications are and the process of installing Ruby on Rails. Topics Include: How web applications work Installing rails (Mac & Windows) […]

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Getting Started With Rails

There are many things involved in creating a complicated web application. There are clients, servers, and all of the things in between. This stage walks you through what web applications are and the process of installing Ruby on Rails. Topics Include: How web applications work Installing rails (Mac & Windows) […]

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MVC Frameworks for Building PHP Web Applications

In this course, author Drew Falkman tours four open-source PHP frameworks: Zend, Symfony, CakePHP, and CodeIgniter. The course covers basic framework concepts; explores the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern as a means of simplifying, organizing, and maintaining code. It also details the ins and outs of developing basic applications in each of […]

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Ruby on Rails 3 Essential Training – Free Video Training Tutorials

In Ruby on Rails 3 Essential Training, instructor Kevin Skoglund shows how to create full-featured, object-oriented web applications with the latest version of the popular, open-source Ruby on Rails framework. This course explains the complete process—from the fundamental concepts and best practices behind the Rails framework, to how to build […]

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Simply Rails 2 – Free 173 Page Preview!

Learn how to be an accomplished Ruby programmer in no time! Simply Rails 2 is an easy-to-follow, practical and fun guide to Ruby on Rails for beginners. It covers all you need to get up and running, from installing Ruby, Rails and SQLite to building and deploying a fully featured […]

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