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    Quick Ruby Guide

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    • #3116625

      Finding Ruby

      by satish_talim ·

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      As mentioned in my previous post, this blog will record my progress of learning Ruby and Ruby On Rails. I remembering reading somewhere that to use Ruby On Rails, one needs to know the Ruby programming language.

      I started off by making a search for “Ruby Quick Start” on the Google search engine. This returned me a list of around 15 sites but unluckily I could not find anything that could get me

    • #3116626

      Ways To Run Ruby

      by satish_talim ·

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      What have I found out so far? Definition of RubyRuby Windows InstallerHaving come from a Java background, I thought these series of slides – 10 Things Every Java Programmer Should Know About Ruby, would be useful. I went through them but did not follow much, for now. I shall come back to this later.

      So how do I get started with Ruby? An online version of the first edition of Programming Ruby –

    • #3116627

      Ruby Nuts and Bolts

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      What have I found out so far? Definition of RubyRuby Windows InstallerInteractive Ruby – Open a new DOS window and type irb –simple-prompt A prompt appears as they should not be defined in a method – more of this later). Ruby lets you alter the value of a constant, although this will generate a warning message.

      More next time.

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    • #3116628

      Text Editors and IDEs for Ruby

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      What have I found out so far? Definition of RubyRuby Windows InstallerInteractive Ruby – Open a new DOS window and type irb –simple-prompt A prompt appears as Run a Ruby program by typing ruby hello.rbLearnt some features of Ruby like comments, naming rules, variables, constants, strings etc.Which text editor should I use for Ruby? In your Ruby installation there is a built-in text editor ‘SciTE’

    • #3116621

      Simple Constructs in Ruby

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      What have I found out so far? Definition of RubyRuby Windows InstallerInteractive Ruby – Open a new DOS window and type irb –simple-prompt A prompt appears as

      Loops like the while are available. Again, the example below illustrates the same.# Loops
      var = 0
      while var < 10 puts var.to_s var += 1 end First Post | Previous | Next Technorati Tags: Simple Constructs in Ruby Blogs linking

    • #3116622

      Some Methods in Ruby

      by satish_talim ·

      In reply to Quick Ruby Guide

      What have I found out so far? Definition of RubyRuby Windows InstallerInteractive Ruby – Open a new DOS window and type irb –simple-prompt A prompt appears as Run a Ruby program by typing ruby hello.rbLearnt some features of Ruby like comments, naming rules, variables, constants, strings etc.Various Text Editors/IDEs like SciTE, NotePad2Constructs like the if else and whileToday, we shall explore

    • #3116623

      Arrays in Ruby

      by satish_talim ·

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      What have I found out so far? Definition of RubyRuby Windows InstallerInteractive Ruby – Open a new DOS window and type irb –simple-prompt A prompt appears as Run a Ruby program by typing ruby hello.rbLearnt some features of Ruby like comments, naming rules, variables, constants, strings etc.Various Text Editors/IDEs like SciTE, NotePad2Constructs like the if else and whileSome methods in

    • #3135706

      Writing One’s Own Methods in Ruby

      by satish_talim ·

      In reply to Quick Ruby Guide

      What have I found out so far? Definition of RubyRuby Windows InstallerInteractive Ruby – Open a new DOS window and type irb –simple-prompt A prompt appears as Run a Ruby program by typing ruby hello.rbLearnt some features of Ruby like comments, naming rules, variables, constants, strings etc.Various Text Editors/IDEs like SciTE, NotePad2Constructs like the if else and whileSome methods in

    • #3118843

      Writing One’s Own Class in Ruby

      by satish_talim ·

      In reply to Quick Ruby Guide

      What have I found out so far? Definition of RubyRuby Windows InstallerInteractive Ruby – Open a new DOS window and type irb –simple-prompt A prompt appears as Run a Ruby program by typing ruby hello.rbLearnt some features of Ruby like comments, naming rules, variables, constants, strings etc.Various Text Editors/IDEs like SciTE, NotePad2Constructs like the if else and whileSome methods in

    • #3118844

      Ruby on Rails

      by satish_talim ·

      In reply to Quick Ruby Guide

      What have I found out so far? Definition of RubyRuby Windows InstallerInteractive Ruby – Open a new DOS window and type irb –simple-prompt A prompt appears as Run a Ruby program by typing ruby hello.rbLearnt some features of Ruby like comments, naming rules, variables, constants, strings etc.Various Text Editors/IDEs like SciTE, NotePad2Constructs like the if else and whileSome methods in

    • #3118566

      Building an application with Ruby on Rails – Controllers

      by satish_talim ·

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      What have I found out so far? A simple understanding of Ruby programming languageGetting started with Ruby on RailsIn my previous post, we created the jauth application’s directory structure. Most of our development work will be creating and editing files in the C:\InstantRails\rails_apps\jauth\app subdirectories. The controllers subdirectory is where Rails looks to find controller classes. A

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