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Introduction article on Ruby on Rail published

The Methods & Tools newsletter has just released in its html archive
section the article "An Introduction to Web Development Using the Ruby
on Rails Framework". This article presents the basic concepts used by
the popular Ruby on Rails web development framework.


Oct 23 '06 #1
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