All aboard! An introduction to Rails 3
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Date archived: September 8, 2016 | First published: March 23, 2010
The impending release of Ruby on Rails version 3 both refines and expands the capabilities of the popular Web application framework. Offering cleaner controllers and savvier SQL queries, you can expect to write less code than before. Better yet, you can include most of the components of Rails 3 in any Ruby application. Here's a look at what's changed for the better.
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