Beginning Ruby on Rails E-Commerce: From Novice to by Jarkko Laine

By Jarkko Laine

The general suggestion of the booklet is great. It supplies a pleasant evaluation of what Ruby on Rails can do in a processional E-Commerce atmosphere. It additionally covers a few fairly handy Ruby gemstones. even though, it makes use of the older model of Rails or even as such the examples are buggy. i might supply it extra stars if the errata gave instance fixes in either the older and the more moderen model of Rails (the adjustments among 1 and a couple of are vast).
I relatively want i may supply this booklet a greater evaluate simply because i love the idea that and structure. The review of the SCRUM venture administration thought is, good, attention-grabbing if sketchy.
APRESS rather must positioned extra attempt into delivering editors for his or her authors and the final notion in their books is great, whereas execution is missing.

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He hands it over to us, and it reads as follows: Emporium should have an About page where the contact details and a brief description of Emporium are shown to the user. fm Page 21 Monday, October 16, 2006 5:30 PM CHAPTER 1 ■ PROJECT SETUP AND PROOF OF CONCEPT We do not yet know exactly what text should be shown on the About page, but we’ll first implement it, and then ask George again for more information when it is finished. The requirement for the About Emporium user story is simply to display some description and the contact details for Emporium to the user.

Commands end with ; or \g. 19-standard Type 'help;' or '\h' for help. Type '\c' to clear the buffer. 00 sec) This creates the two databases we need while developing the Emporium project. fm Page 16 Monday, October 16, 2006 5:30 PM 16 CHAPTER 1 ■ PROJECT SETUP AND PROOF OF CONCEPT As you might have noticed, we didn’t create the production database. The production database is normally not used while developing and testing the application. If you want to, you can create it now, but we won’t use it before we deploy Emporium to production in Chapter 12.

While manual testing is needed in parts of the software that are hard to test programmatically (mainly the user interface), the bulk of testing can be done automatically. Automated testing is much faster and repeatable, and thus more systematic and less error-prone than testing everything manually. While Ruby on Rails makes it easy to write automated tests for your application, we’ll take this one step further and write our application test-driven. TDD starts from so-called user stories. ” After we have a user story, we have enough information to write a test.

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