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Moving from beginner to intermediate Rails development:

Moving from beginner to intermediate Rails development July 05, 2010 I believe that Rails is an excellent way to get started on server-side web development. The framework provides a good structure that’s easy to understand, and provided you follow some fairly basic rules, you can have a functioning web application up and running pretty quickly. Add to that the gems and plugins that add near-instant functionality, and even newcomers can show off useful, good-looking web apps. Clicking through links and forms on an app you made yourself feels pretty good and should hopefully motivate you to want to do more. If you’re just getting started, you probably watched a video showing how easy it is to create applications with Rails, read books like Agile Rails or Simply Rails , and hacked your way through MVC and model associations to turn your own idea into something you can show of...

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