Information and documentation on the Ruby on Rails application framework, Ruby API, searchable API and other Ruby News is now displayed on rubysource.com as a series of episodes organized by date and year.
Online PR News – 10-June-2011 – – Information and documentation on the Ruby on Rails application framework, Ruby API, searchable API and other Ruby News is now displayed on rubysource.com as a series of episodes organized by date and year. Sections on the website include Ruby Toolbox, RailsCasts, PeepCode, RubyGems, Official Rails Guides, RailsInstaller, RVM, The Ruby Show Podcast on Railsconf edition, Rails 3.1 beta 1 and Rubygems 1.8.1, Sinatra 1.2.4, EventMachine and Passenger, RSpec 2.6,and the the Ruby non Rails screencast featuring Rails Best Practices, Code School Introduction, Rails for Zombies Wrap up, and Ruby Jobs.
Ruby is a powerful programming script developed by Yukihiro Matsumoto on February 24, 1993; it is infinitely more powerful than Perl and at the same time more object-oriented than Python. Its design balances both functional and imperative programming. In order to address the demand for knowledge of this type programming language, Ruby on Rails created this simple code that has elegant syntax and is very efficient. Ruby is very similar to Perl except in that it has Smalltalk-like features. In 2010, more versions of Ruby such as JRuby, Rubinius, IronRuby, MacRuby, HotRuby, and YARV with similar language but which incorporated different approaches was launched. The 1.8.7 Ruby Version was written in the single-pass language C while the 1.9 Ruby version uses Yarv.
Ruby is a platform for object-oriented, efficient, productive, systems that incorporate both imperative and reflective multiple programming paradigms, plus a dynamic tape system such as in CLU, Dylan, Lisp, Pike and Perl. Rubysource.com offers its customers everything including how to get started, manuals on how to switch from PHP to Ruby, tips on navigating the application, and Ruby tutorials.