Favorite Ruby on Rails resources?

katiecarrel's profile thumbnail
I relied heavily on the RoR guides when learning. I think that the documentation is very friendly! https://guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html
jennychan's profile thumbnail
I love the RoR guides too! I go to it whenever I have to pick Rails back up or just to refer to in general.
cadran's profile thumbnail
I used the Hartl online book/tutorials to ramp up on Rails. I was just googling to get you the link and it seems like it's behind a paywall now though. I think this is the one: https://www.learnenough.com/ruby-on-rails-4th-edition-tutorial/beginning
McNChem's profile thumbnail
Hi! I don’t have any favorite resources yet. I have used these frequently in the past. https://launchschool.com/bookshttps://rubymonk.com/https://rubystyle.guide/
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SueR's profile thumbnail
You can try the Odin Project. They have tons of resources that helped me along. https://www.theodinproject.com/tracks/1
janiceknsmith's profile thumbnail
@britishpandachick http://rubykoans.com/ is great for ruby itself, very nice and detailed, also if you are starting ruby on rails it can be nice to know what parts are ruby and what parts are rails.
RoseW's profile thumbnail
I really like "Agile Web Development with Rails". Here's a link to the Rails 6 versionhttps://pragprog.com/book/rails6/agile-web-development-with-rails-6I haven't read it yet but I want to branch into React and bought myself one on Rails and React:https://pragprog.com/book/nrclient/modern-front-end-development-for-rails
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Also, if you get stuck on any concepts feel free to ping me. I'm happy to give pointers!