Newly updated for Rails 5, the Ruby on Rails Tutorial book and screencast series teach you how to develop and deploy real, industrial-strength web applications with Ruby on Rails, the open-source web framework that powers top websites such as Twitter, Hulu, GitHub, and the Yellow Pages. The Ruby on Rails Tutorial book is available for free online and is available for purchase as an ebook (PDF, EPUB, and MOBI formats). The companion screencast series includes 14 individual lessons, one for each chapter of the Ruby on Rails Tutorial book.
The ROR Tutorial is one of the (very) few tutorials that understands that when you are a complete newbie everything has to be spelt out clearly otherwise it is easy to leave people behind. You will actually get a finished app at the end of this tutorial because everything is communicated so well. This book is the best resource I've come across to learn Ruby by far and I am constantly referring back to different sections as I need them for other projects.
by Alisha D on December 06, 2016 at 22:58
The only rails5 learning materials you must have is this book. I hardly find a good one on the internet after spending weeks and I end up here. I've gone through ever part of the book and it covers everything I have to know. It is highly recommended to read and if you like, video training accommodates this book is a great help as well.
by vchar on December 06, 2016 at 22:52
I've wanted to learn Rails for a while and finally got round to it this June (2016). I had been using various resources to learn and all were good. Then I came across The Rails Turorial, I started reading it and it immediately helped me pick up rails quicker than other sources. This updated version expands on the previous versions well and covers a lot of the newer features of Rails 5. I really couldn't recommend this enough especially for people just starting out it will help you grasp the basic concepts quickly!
by Alan R on December 06, 2016 at 22:42
Just a phenomenal book. I am a relatively newbie to these online courses and believe Mr Hartl might have found his calling..Five Stars!! Thanks for putting the knowledge out there and I hope I can get to honor the license some day.
by Sean B on December 06, 2016 at 22:41
The famous Ruby on Rails Tutorial (Rails 5) is the best release so far and Hartl does an outstanding job going over what's new in the latest release of Ruby on Rails.
by Tony Brown on December 06, 2016 at 22:40
This tutorial was officially used as part of my training in using Ruby and Rails. I returned to it to write my first personal "fun" app and I return it again and again for the clear explanations and friendly encouragements to plan, design, test, implement and generally make pretty. Ruby, Rails, Bootstrap, git, wire-frames, and on and on. It is a great exposure not just to nuts and bolts information, but to a general approach to coding that is refreshing and informative.
by Greg Tarsa on December 06, 2016 at 22:38
Don't look elsewhere. This is the right place to learn Rails
by Luis A. on December 06, 2016 at 22:37
Of all the tutorial books I have used over the years (and that's quite a few), this one is top-notch! The instructional writing is clear, and the code snippets well explained. I especially appreciated the introduction (for me, at least) to Test Driven Development. Michael makes it clearly understandable.
by Bill S. on December 06, 2016 at 22:36
I seen very rare book you love and wants to read again and again. I am reading this Book / Tutorial from Rails 3.2 (updated 2nd edition).
by Amit Pandya on December 06, 2016 at 22:33
by Michael H on December 06, 2016 at 20:46
This book, more than any of the others I've tried, lays out a methodical, understandable roadmap to start with no subject knowledge and end with a comprehensive understanding of the platform and language behind it. Really excellent way to start learning how to program and to learn to teach yourself.
by H C on December 11, 2016 at 04:25
The tutorial provided very detailed workflow for web dev beginners with a test-driven development approach. It has a very clear explanation about Ruby common practices like scaffold, etc. and selects beginner-friendly modules with good documentation throughout.
by Tu An V. on December 08, 2016 at 10:05