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  1. Compass: A Real Stylesheet Framework


    from Chris Eppstein Added 52.3K 202 23

    Join the author of Compass on an hour long walk through of the Compass stylesheet framework. From installation to a simply styled webpage, you will walk through step by step, learn the basics of the…

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    • Introduction to Ruby on Rails


      from Charles Max Wood Added 4,025 24 1

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      • Creating a Twitter Clone in Rails - Part 2


        from Charles Max Wood Added 2,408 8 0

        Now that we have a backbone to our 'Flitter' application, we learn how to create the front end and tie it all together. In this screencast, I cover a lot of CSS and getting your site to…

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        • ChicagoRuby: Downtown - On the Inception of the Ruby Object Model - Justin Love


          from Benjamin Added 37 0 0

 Class, superclass, metaclass, singleton class, eigenclass, class

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          • A code journey: From your fingertips to production


            from Bryan Liles Added 368 6 0

            This is a story of how code comes to age and grows up. Most of the code doesn't make it. We will follow our code from its first interactions with SCM to being exercised with tests to being scrutinized…

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            • Amazon Web Services


              from Josh Nichols Added 154 2 0

              Brian Kaney of Vermonster ( presents "Amazon Web Services" at the October 2009 Boston Ruby Group (

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              • Creating a Twitter Clone in Rails - Part 3


                from Charles Max Wood Added 1,418 6 0

                In this screencast, we continue our challenge of creating a Twitter clone called 'Flitter' using Ruby on Rails. We learn how to use jQuery to create a countdown for the text area box. …

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                • Creating a Twitter Clone in Rails - Part 6 (the end)


                  from Charles Max Wood Added 1,180 4 0

                  In this concluding episode, we go over how to add search functionality to our Flitter application, and add a 'follow / unfollow' button which uses AJAX. This is the last of the 6-part series…

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                  • Creating a Twitter Clone in Rails - Part 5


                    from Charles Max Wood Added 731 2 0

                    The saga continues. Here we learn how to add the friends list to your application and we use AJAX to add/remove friends.

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                    • Ruby Acceptance Testing Introduction


                      from Bryan Liles Added 5,695 19 2

                      In this presentation, I introduce cucumber and webrat and the integrity ci application.

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                      • Como instalar Ruby en Mac OSX Lion


                        from Mario Zaizar Added 1,312 4 0

                        En este video vemos como instalar Ruby en Mac OSX, utilizando RVM Ruby Version Manager en el proceso, vemos dos ejemplos completos de instalacion, explicamos que son los gemsets y como podemos utilizarlos,…

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                        • Creating a Twitter Clone in Rails - Part 4


                          from Charles Max Wood Added 868 3 0

                          We're almost done! The remaining screencasts are already recorded, but not edited yet. To speed things up, I split it up into 3 or 4 screencasts. This one shows how to make the site look and…

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