I have said it before. Rails is awesome. I find myself creating a new web application in Rails rather than, say, ASP.NET or even PHP much more often. It is intuitive and uncomplicated. Command-line tools and pre-handpicked components allow me to focus more on writing code and implementing business logic. While working on a Rails […]
The screenshot says it all. I did it! It’s a proud feeling. Now rather than rambling here, I’ve done that on the beautiful git repository I have created for my Ruby on Rails blog. Check it out – https://github.com/anuragbhd/ror-blog.
I never imagined this day would come. I am finally trying to catch up with the RoR phenomenon. And I am at least 8-10 years late. Teaching enterprise software development made me appreciate a strict adherence to coding best practices even more. That’s where Rail’sÂ philosophy got me interested, especially its Convention over Configuration doctrine. What […]