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Too outdated for Rails 2.x 31 janvier 2009
Par Reuben Sivan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The basics are great - if you were back in 2007 or so.
Now in late 2008 and early 2009 the book is too obsolete. Most examples, starting almost from the first page, will not run under Rails 2.x, as the book was written with Rails 1.x in mind.
Rails is a fast advancing technology, which makes some books quickly become obsolete. This is one of them.
In short don't waste your money, and try instead something like Advanced Rails Recipes, which I just purchased, and which was written specifically for Rails 2.x
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A top-notch title, but /please/ give us more testing recipes! 5 juillet 2006
Par J. B. Rainsberger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I am a novice Rails programmer, that much is certain. As a result, I'm quite happy to have Chad Fowler's "Rails Recipes" by my side. I have been part of the beta program for this book, so I've been reading it in parts for the past few months. It has been impressive, to say the least. As an author of my own "recipes" book, I am interested to see other authors' version of the recipe format, just in case I am able to incorporate something they do into a future book of my own. While Rails Recipes hasn't taught me much about writing a recipes book, it has taught me an awful lot of great things about Rails.

I look forward to using Chad's recipes in my current projects. I already have a couple of ideas, including prettying up my URLs and creating a custom form builder. If I had one criticism, it's the relative paucity of testing recipes. Writing Rails applications test-first is still a struggle for me, and I know there are those from whom I can learn. I would like the opportunity. (How many of you would like to come to Toronto to teach me?) I suppose I'll have to write a few testing recipes of my own.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
70+ Rails Tidbits In One Book!! 29 janvier 2007
Par Dan McKinnon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
'Rails Recipes' by Chad Fowler is a wonderful book filled with 70 recipes which will automatically improve your Rails skillset and no doubt get you programming faster and better than ever before!!

Pragmatic is never going to win any awards for layout of their books, but the content within more than makes up for the drab interior. I can't list out all 70 tidbits here but I will give the breakdown of chapters:

User Interface Recipes (13)

Database Recipes (17)

Controller Recipes (10)

Testing Recipes (4)

Big-Picture Recipes (22)

Email Recipes (4)

If you use Ruby on Rails and want to be able to accomplish common tasks without rewriting code that already exists, you owe it to yourself to pick up this book and improve your efficiency the moment you turn the front cover over. Wonderful book, great size, solid writing make this an EASY recommendation.

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Rails Top Book 16 mars 2006
Par Andres Paglayan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Since I learned of Ruby and Rails I instantly became a fan and supporter of them.

I bought both, the hard copy for when it releases, and electronic access to on-going work on the book.

(like having access to the writer's desk)

Every chapter, every line, are clear instructions on how to implement a feature you'll surely need to.

This book can save you many 'figuring out' hours by letting you know how to do it right the first time.

It's just an amazing hands-on reference on the Rails framework.
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A real page turner 29 juin 2006
Par Daniel Viescas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Receipt books are a different breed. By their nature they are difficult to just sit down a read and as such I find them sort of tough to review. Some years back I got into baking bread. All my receipts came out of James Beard's "Beard on Bread". I love the book, but I must say there are many parts of the book I have never looked at and others with lots of flour between the pages. The nature of a receipt book is you need to make something, you look it up, make what you need, and put the book away. Not this book.

Chad Fowler's book is something quite different. Fowler has a very comfortable and engaging writing style. In this way his book is more like a nice collection of short stories. I found myself reading one receipt after another, even if I knew I had no intention of using it anytime soon. When I did find myself trying out receipts, I found them thoughtfully organized and very easy to follow.

In recent years I've shyed away from programming receipt books, since I have found many to be really dry reading, or filled with lots of esoteric receipts I have no intention of implementing or interest in even trying as an exercise. I'm pleased I gave this receipt book and chance since it's a breed apart.

Does it have everything I'd like to see in it? No. Does it have some things I will probably never use? Yes, but surprisingly few, and who knows, these receipts seem so practical that I would not be surprised if some day I really did find that I have used most of them. I recommend this book to anyone who is serious about improving their Rails skills.
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