Beginning Ruby on Rails E-Commerce: From Novice to Professional is the first book of its kind to guide you through producing e-commerce applications with Rails, the stacked web framework taking the world by storm. The book dives right into the process of creating a production-level web application using agile methodologies and test-driven development combined with Rails best practices. Youall take advantage of the latest crop of Rails plug-ins and helpers that will radically improve your programming schedule. Youall also create a real application step-by-step, plus the book is driven by real-world cases throughout. You will begin by learning how to install Rails and quickly create a product catalog interfaced with your choice of database technologies. Then youall discover how to build modern, Ajax-powered shopping carts and add useful features like customer feedback modules. Next youall learn how to integrate your application with open source packages like the Ferret full-text search engine, and how to interface with back-end electronic payment systems. Youall also learn how to make your application work flawlessly with existing production systems using web services, and then ultimately deploy and tune your application for production use.Wea#39;ll do that after we add the new tables and create the Book model. To start, create the migration file for adding the books table to the database schema: $ script/generate migration create_books_and_authors_books exists ... rb Open db /migrate/003_create_books_and_authors_books . rb in your editor and add the code in Listing 3-1 to it. ... :integer, :null =agt; false end say_with_time a#39;Adding foreign keysa#39; do # Add foreign key reference to books_authors table execute a#39; ALTER TABLEanbsp;...
|Title||:||Beginning Ruby on Rails E-Commerce|
|Author||:||Jarkko Laine, Christian Hellsten|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2006-11-08|