Jun 3, 2010
It become a default assumption in all new web applications (that I have worked on or read about) to have an integration with either facebook, twitter, linked in, or all the three.
Working with these on rails is no longer rocket science as the various plug-in and gems do most of the work for us. I thought it would be appropriate to create a place for my reference as well as that of others to collect some good tutorials that allow us to do these integrations. To start off, I am adding a few good ones that I have referred to or those that have a lucid explanation and are a good read.
Apr 2, 2010
Ever since I started working on Ruby on Rails I have been asked by people to help them find links of some good tutorials to learn Rails. Well, the thing about Rails is that it is best learn’t by just jumping into the code and starting out, referring the basic stuff from RubyOnRails.org.
Leaving behind this thought, we at technoticles have started started creating a compilation of some good tutorials available on the web. We will keep updating this list as and when we find more of such interesting and useful tutorials.
Rolling with Ruby on Rails – part 1 – by Curt Hibbs
Rolling with Ruby on Rails – part 2 – by Curt Hibbs
Ajax on Rails – part 3 – by Curt Hibbs
Rails Migrations - IBM developerWorks
Using Facebook Connect with Rails – by Stuart Eccles
Improving Rails Performance - by Stefan Kaes
Creating single executable to distribute Rails applications – by Erik Veenstra
Deploying using Capitrano on Fedora from scratch – Tutplus.com