The The Ruby Workshop (häftad)
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Packt Publishing Limited
Philips, Peter / Szab, Dniel
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235 x 190 x 28 mm
926 g
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403:B&W 7.5 x 9.25 in or 235 x 191 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam

The The Ruby Workshop

Develop powerful applications by writing clean, expressive code with Ruby and Ruby on Rails

Häftad,  Engelska, 2019-10-31
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Get to grips with the fundamentals of the Ruby programming language and learn how to build your own applications with the help of real-world examples and hands-on activities Key Features Learn the fundamentals of Ruby object-oriented programming (OOP) Use the Ruby on Rails framework to build interactive web applications Discover how to quickly build complex programs with fewer lines of code Book DescriptionThe beauty of Ruby is its readability and expressiveness. Ruby hides away a lot of the complexity of programming, allowing you to work quickly and 'do more' with fewer lines of code. This makes it a great programming language for beginners, but learning any new skill can still be a daunting task. If you want to learn to code using Ruby, but don't know where to start, The Ruby Workshop will help you cut through the noise and make sense of this fun, flexible language. You'll start by writing and running simple code snippets and Ruby source code files. After learning about strings, numbers, and booleans, you'll see how to store collections of objects with arrays and hashes. You'll then learn how to control the flow of a Ruby program using boolean logic. The book then delves into OOP and explains inheritance, encapsulation, and polymorphism. Gradually, you'll build your knowledge of advanced concepts by learning how to interact with external APIs, before finally exploring the most popular Ruby framework ? Ruby on Rails ? and using it for web development. Throughout this book, you'll work on a series of realistic projects, including simple games, a voting application, and an online blog. By the end of this Ruby book, you'll have the knowledge, skills and confidence to creatively tackle your own ambitious projects with Ruby. What you will learn Master the syntax and features of Ruby to build useful applications Use common design patterns to simplify code and improve efficiency Understand how to implement object-oriented programming with Ruby Explore ways to fetch, process, and output data Work with public APIs and create reusable RubyGems Debug code to troubleshoot application behavior Create interactive web applications with Ruby on Rails Who this book is forThe Ruby Workshop is designed for anyone who is new to Ruby and wants a practical introduction to the language. Whether you're completely new to programming, or have experience in another language and want to broaden your skillset, this book will quickly get you up and running.
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Akshat Paul is the author of three books on the topics like RubyMotion, ReactNative and a technologist based out of India with more than 10 years of experience in web and mobile development using Ruby, RoR, React Native, React, Node.js. In other avatars, Akshat frequently speaks at conferences and meetups on various technologies. He has given talks at React Native EU, Devops@scale Amsterdam, TheDevTheory India, RubyConf India, #Inspect conference Brussels and was the keynote speaker at technology leadership events in Bangkok and KL. Besides writing code, Akshat spends time with his family, is an avid reader, and is obsessed with healthy eating. Peter Philips has been a Ruby on Rails developer since 2006. Since then he has evolved into a systems architect, CTO, and entrepreneur co-founding a silicon valley design agency called PlanetIO and the enterprise employee recognition platform, RecognizeApp. His specialty is systems architecture and clean, scalable design patterns for the enterprise. Peter is passionate about using technology to help the world and has also founded the organization, TechForProgress, to report on how technology can be used to this end. Peter is an avid rock climber and also an amateur electronics engineer prototyping all kinds of projects from led origami flowers to wireless speakers. Dniel Szab is a 28-year-old IT geek. He is currently working as a DevOps Engineer for an American company in Hungary. His main profile is automation and custom solutions based on different languages covering Windows and Linux. His favorite language is Python, but he is also fluent in Ruby, PowerShell, and C#. He loves learning, teaching, and sharing his knowledge with other people. In his free time, he is a YouTuber and a ferret owner. Cheyne Wallace is a full stack developer with over a decade of industry experience. He is currently working with Ruby, Rails, GoLang, JavaScript, AngularJS, D3JS, SASS, AWS EC2/RDS, Heroku, Ubuntu, Postgres, API design and cloud service architecture. Previously a Microsoft developer working with C#, PowerShell, SSIS and ASP MVC for the enterprise world, he worked in the financial services and banking sectors around Sydney and London for many years until eventually jumping ship and joining a startup in 2012. He is the creator of the encrypted note application NoteShred, the photography analytics web app The Lightroom Dashboard, and has been written about in VentureBeat and The Next Web.


Table of Contents Writing and Running Ruby Programs Ruby Data Types and Operations Program Flow Ruby Methods Object-Oriented Programming with Ruby Modules and Mixins Introduction to Ruby Gems Debugging with Ruby Ruby Beyond the Basics I Ruby Beyond the Basics II Introduction to Ruby on Rails I Introduction to Ruby on Rails II