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"As Ruby on Rails rocketed into the development community's hearts and minds a few years ago, the number of books on the subject climbed with it. However, a lot of these books were introductory in nature...What's a budding Rails-head to do once they've gotten the basics down? Books like Advanced Rails, which was released late last year by O'Reilly, aim to fill this void...Advanced Rails covers quite a bit of territory, going for breadth rather than depth most of the time. Each chapter covers a classic, pivotal development concern..."
-- Ben Munat, Slashdot.org

"I loved that, for once, a Rails book did not start out telling me how to install Rails. Ok, maybe they don't all do that, it just feels that way sometimes. Instead, by page 6 you are looking at charts on how Ruby class inheritance works. "
-- Justin Pease, Amazon.com



"Advanced Rails covers quite a bit of territory, going for breadth rather than depth most of the time. Each chapter covers a classic, pivotal development concern..."
--Ben Munat, Slashdot.org