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In my last post I made a model plant with 3 attributes, namely name, height and color. Now I would like to add an image to that because that always seems to be the most difficult thing to do. I also decided that it would be a good idea to keep the image in the database, just because I like to be different.
So this morning I started with rails and created my first application, of course this had to be an hello world type of application. Now I would like to make something a bit more challenging. A plant database with a name, the height and the color.
In my attempt to learn Ruby and now rails - the hard way - I use Rubymine. So my next step is to install rails and get something on the screen.
This last weekend I had some time and I started learning Ruby. I made several posts and I plan to do more so I thought I needed a place to list them all. I have a few about Ruby and about Rubymine so I will categorize them as such. Ruby Learning R…
Introduction In my previous post I talked about interfaces. In this one I just do simple inheritance with the same classes as in the previous post. More difficult scenarios are possible but We should watch out with inheritance because it can get to c…
Introduction Since I come from statically typed language the next thing to look for are interfaces. An interface in .Net is more or less a contract or a way to make multiple inheritance possible whatever you like. There are people who can explain it…
Introduction In my previous post I used classes and used getters and setters like we did in the good old Java days. But as Jak Charlton (Thanks for all his help). pointed out there are other ways to do the getter-setter thing in Ruby. Accessors…
Introduction I am on my way to learn Ruby (my way). So I randomly try out things I think I might need or think that seem important to me. I try not to look at books to much because I learn best from making mistakes, if you do everything right the fir…
Introduction As you might have read I had a little problem with my first test and rubymine. It ran the test but it did complain and did not show the pretty results I like and want. The problem
Introduction In my previous posts I told you how I installed ruby and how I wrote my first test. As a reaction to my posts Jak Charlton told me to try RBI or Ruby interactive mode. And he told me to read Ruby in twenty minutes. And being a good boy,…
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