|| ||"Kerry Beck" <pragprogpr-AT-oreilly.com>|
|| ||Pragmatic Bookshelf releases "Rails Recipes"|
|| ||Tue, 20 Jun 2006 12:36:16 -0700|
Brought to you by the leading publisher in Ruby and Rails topics, Chad
Fowler's "Rails Recipes" (Pragmatic Bookshelf, US $32.95, 0-9776166-0-6)
provides code you can use in your project immediately. You'll get seventy
tested, ready-to-use recipes for:
-smarter user interfaces
-better access to data
-more clever applications
-more fluent coding
The Ruby on Rails web application framework is large, powerful, and new.
"Rails Recipes" shows you how to use it effectively and harness that power.
This book will help you get high-quality, real-world applications
>From the latest Ajax effects to time saving automation tips for your
development process, "Rails Recipes" will show you how experts have already
solved the problems you face.
With "Rails Recipes," the best Rails programmers are right next to you when
350 pages, $32.95US, $42.95 CA, softcover.
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