Rails 2.0 brings the acclaimed Rails framework to a new level of stability and power. At the same time, however, the number of moving parts remains impressive. The Rails Pocket Reference gives developers an alternative to aspirin and hunting for current references online. The Rails Pocket Reference covers all of the most frequently used methods and structures supported by Rails 2.0, and also explains key concepts needed to work through the most tangled corners of Rails.Real World Example: Honey-Do Task List Just to get our feet wet in the Rails/Ajax world, leta#39;s create a simple application ... script/generate model Task name:string priority:integer completed:boolean Run the rake command to generate the database, then the command to run the migrations: rake db:create # This is necessary only if the db isna#39;t # created and you are not using SQLite3 rake db: migrate 3.
|Title||:||Rails Pocket Reference|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2008-12-08|