About this book
Rails is large, powerful, and new. How do you use it effectively? How do you harness the power? And, most important, how do you get high quality, real-world applications written?From the latest Ajax effects to time-saving automation tips for your development process, "Rails Recipes" will show you how the experts have already solved the problems you have. Use generators to automate repetitive coding tasks. Create sophisticated role-based authentication schemes. Add live search and live preview to your site. Run tests when anyone checks code in. How to create tagged data the right way. and many, many more...Owning "Rails Recipes" is like having the best Rails programmers sitting next to you while you code.
What it says on the cover : 70 solutions to common problems. The recipes seems less advanced to me than what you'd find in most of O'Reilly's Cookbooks, for example, but they're varied enough and the short time you'll need to read the book will probably prove profitable.
Rails Recipes (Pragmatic Programmers) by Chad Fowler (2006)
Good book. I wont go into details.
Mahmoud Adly Ezzat
This book was a recipe to boost my knowledge of Rails development. Sometimes it has simple recipes, sometimes i get stuck with more complicated ones. All in all, I loved it.
I didn't really read this book. It's there on the shelf for some quick reference.