Ruby on Rails 2.0 and Scaffolding

Posted by number6x on Dec 15, 2007 11:44 AM EDT
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Ruby on Rails 2.0 changes the way Rails uses scaffolding. This has made many existing Rails tutorials obsolete. This Rails 2.0 tutorial covers installing Rails and getting the scaffolded shell of an application up and running. Part 1 covers installation and generation of a scaffolded Rails application. Later parts will cover more coding in depth.

Ruby on Rails 2.0 was released by the Rails core team on Friday, December 7th. There were quite a few changes included in the release, including the way that Rails generates scaffolding code. This change will probably cause trouble for people using tutorials written for previous versions of Rails. I hope this tutorial will help readers get started with Rails 2.0 and keep the community of Rails developers growing.

This is the first part of a multi-part tutorial. It will cover enough to get a scaffolded Rails application up and running under Rails 2.0.

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