Updating rails application

This has been one of the strengths of PHP and why it’s so darn popular — designers and non-coders can be productive right away. It is a double edged sword as it leads to a lot of sloppy, unmaintainable code.

This book is aimed at the working Rails developer who is looking to grow and evolve Rails projects while keeping them flexible, maintainable, and robust.

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If it weren't for all the help and support I received along the way I probably would have given up on it halfway through.

Of course, this book wouldn't have existed in the first place without Ruby and Rails.


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