Advanced Rails

When I started working with Ruby and Rails in late 2004, there was almost no documentation on the Rails framework. Since then, there has been a tremendous number of books, blogs, and articles written about creating web applications with Rails. But many of them seemed to follow a common pattern: you could create a blog in 15 minutes; a to-do list application was simple. Many of the books I saw devoted an entire chapter to installing Ruby and Rails. Today, there is no lack of resources for the beginning and intermediate Rails developer.