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Are you new to Ruby and want to get a head start? In this screencast, I discuss some of the most common methods and techniques that have to do with strings, arrays and hashes. This is also excellent for those coming from other languages.
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In this screencast, we continue on our task of creating a ‘Stack Overflow’ clone by adding more domain classes and relationships between them. We also cover how to test your classes using integration tests.
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Are you new to Grails? Grails is an excellent alternative to Ruby on Rails, which uses Groovy / Java. In this screencast, learn how to create a simple CRUD system with Grails.
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In this screencast, I cover how to create an admin section with a separate login, and describe how nested controllers work.
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Want to know the basics of CSS? Watch this screencast and learn everything you should know as a web developer. We’ll cover the basics which include colors, borders, padding, margins, lists, fonts, backgrounds, tables, links and floats. This is a very basic screencast, so if you are already familiar with these topics, this might be just a review for you.
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Learn how to spawn background processes using Ruby and the Process class. Here we discuss the difference between ‘wait’ and ‘detach’.
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Ruby on Rails gives you some simple but powerful tools for mapping URL’s and HTTP Verbs to your Controllers and Views. Here is a simple walkthrough of 4 of these ‘Routes’: default routes, regular routes, named routes, and RESTful routes.
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This is a screen-cast explaining how to use blocks in ruby.
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This is a walkthrough on how to create a simple address book using Ruby on Rails v2.1.

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Presentation given to introduce Rails for URUG Rails Workshop 2009.

In this screencast, you can learn about Rails from an outside-in approach.

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