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Posted Jan 30, 2007

Skip the CRUD: Building a Simple Database Backed Web Application Using Ruby on Rails

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Developer.com]

Ruby is the programming language on the tip of everyone's tongue these days. The power and ease of software development with Ruby has helped make an upstart web framework called Ruby on Rails the hottest web framework around. Some may argue that the Web 2.0 wave is riding the Rails on Rails wave as more and more Ruby on Rails powered web sites pop up on the Internet.

This article will give a brief introduction to Ruby on Rails and show you how to get your first simple Ruby on Rails web application up and running. In Part 2 of this article, you will connect your web application to the MySQL database and add CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) support to the web application.

The article continues at http://www.developer.com/open/article.php/3656831



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