The First Things This week, the first thing I did was give a solid read to Mark Phillip’s Blog “themarkphillips” … More
Alright, just for fun I’m kicking off a new blog series. I’m going to publish a new “Deploy a Framework … More
Installing the Latest Ruby, A Gotcha Generally, you’d just install rvm (Ruby Version Manager) and execute this command. [sourcecode language=”bash”] … More
First off, here’s a tour of my physical space where I do the bulk of my coding when I’m not … More
I’ve been digging through and playing with the Rails Framework now for about 4 months with intent (I guess I’ve read about it, learned about, but not played with it for well over 4 years). I’ve gained a pretty good familiarity with the parts of the framework. Below, I’ve laid out some of the key things that I’ve done over and over just to become familiar with the commands, organization, and other elements within the framework. These also, in this specific order, is what I’ve found works best for getting a Ruby on Rails Application Project kick started (on a *nix based machine, the rvm commands will however not work on Windows, you’ll need to find a respective replacement).
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