May 10, 2012
The Rails View--New from Pragmatic Bookshelf: Create a Beautiful and Maintainable User Experience
Sebastopol, CA—Modern web development involves a lot of moving parts and a lot of different technologies, and it can be hard to get them all just right. In the heat of development, it's particularly easy to neglect the presentation layer until it grows to become an unmanageable mess.
Now you can break free from tangles of logic and markup in your Rails views and implement your user interface cleanly and maintainably, with The Rails View: Create a Beautiful and Maintainable User Experience (Pragmatic Bookshelf, $35.00).
In this book you'll learn how to build up solid, sustainable layouts and popular interface elements with semantic HTML5 and CSS3. You'll explore ways to make working with forms more manageable, and you'll discover when you can responsibly generate markup and use advanced presenters—all without leaving the designers on your team out in the cold. You'll even learn how to tame HTML emails so you can ensure your message reaches its intended audience.
Master the asset pipeline introduced in Rails 3.1 as you use Sass and Coffeescript to make your interface more enjoyable and your code shorter, and explore ways to present your application to that ever-growing mobile audience. You'll see how to ensure that your interface stays snappy by evaluating its performance.
This book gives you comprehensive, objective guidance in a realm full of subjective opinions. Use it, and you'll create elegant, well-structured views that are a joy to build upon.
Available for e-readers in epub, mobi, and PDF formats direct from the publisher and in paperback from fine bookstores worldwide.
What People are Saying
—Yehuda Katz, Driving force behind Rails 3.0 and Co-founder, Tilde
This book is a rare opportunity to look into the minds of two of the leading experts on an area that receives far too little attention. Read, apply, and reread.
—Chad Fowler, VP Engineering, LivingSocial
If you're stabbing in the dark when putting together your Rails apps' views, [this book] shows how to get things done the right way.
—Peter Cooper, Editor, Ruby Inside and Ruby Weekly
I have been writing Ruby code for over a decade and Rails code since its inception, and out of all the Ruby books I've read, I value this one the most.
—Rich Kilmer, Director, RubyCentral
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The Rails View
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
By Bruce Williams, John Athayde
Print ISBN: 9781934356876
Print Price: $35.00
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