The focus of this article will be on the dynamic language support (DLR) that will be released as a part of the upcoming 4.0 version of the .NET Framework.
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Many developers have a set of wrong ideas about Rails parameters. See how you can deal with them in real life.
Learn how to geocode addresses using the GeoKit plugin, as well as calculate distances between points and identify all points within a specified radius!
Web-based mapping solutions are in high demand these days. Learn how to take advantage of the Google Maps API and YM4R/GM plugin to add mapping capabilities to your Rails applications!
Integrate your favorite RSS feeds into your web site by using Ruby's powerful RSS module.
Walk through many of the immensely cool things you can do with Ruby's Time class.
Rails 2.0 was released with great fanfare in early December. Get acquainted with some of the popular framework's newest features.
Rails' Active Record feature has been a boon for developers seeking to downplay their need to interact directly with an application's underlying database. But, did you know you can use other Rails features and the popular Rake tool to manage table schemas, populate tables with seed data, and back up your databases? This tutorial shows you how.
Ruby is often compared to Java and is touted as an alternative to Java. Take a closer look at the building blocks of the two languages and decide for yourself.
Use Rails' Active Record validation callbacks to exercise greater control over user input.
Use Rails' Active Record validations feature to filter user input with ease.
Rails' Active Record association types make table relationship management a snap. Learn how to use this powerful feature to manage complex MySQL table relations more effectively than ever before!
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Manage your MySQL database with incredible ease using Rails' migrations feature.
See how easy it is to get your Rails application running on Tomcat with JRuby!