The Book Of Ruby
by Huw Collingbourne
Publisher: No Starch Press 2009
Number of pages: 425
The Book Of Ruby is a comprehensive free tutorial to the Ruby language. It contains 425 pages in 20 chapters. It is provided in the form of a PDF document in which each chapter is accompanied by ready-to-run source code for all the examples. There is also an Introduction which explains how to use the source code in Ruby In Steel or any other editor/IDE of your choice plus appendices and an index.
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