‘Learn Ruby on Rails’ book is free today

I’m offering the advance edition of my new book for free.

Here’s the link for Learn Ruby on Rails:

My book is aimed at beginners, as a “prequel,” as a first step before further study.

Start with ‘Learn Ruby on Rails’ and you’ll be well-prepared for other excellent books, such as

Thank You Daniel for your book.

Thanks!

Anyone else who is a newbie Rails developer and would like to join me studying Daniel Kehoe’s book?

If interested, drop me a line.

You might find study companions on a Facebook group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/rubyandrails/

Also be sure to look for Ruby or Rails meetups locally if you are in major metro area.

Just joined the facebook group.

Many thanks

Thanks for your book.

Would love to have someone to study with. I have been at it since mid-october and have been greatly enjoying it.

Daniel Kehoe wrote in post #1128811:

Im offering the advance edition of my new book for free.

Here's the link for *Learn Ruby on Rails*:

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*http://learn-rails.com/free-book-download.html*<http://learn-rails.com/free-book-download.html>

My book is aimed at beginners, as a "prequel," as a first step before
further study.

Hi Daniel,

I am beginner to Rails.

Yes.. I am also reading this book. But one thing that I don't understand
that, why you didn't consider any database like SqLLit3( default one).
Any particular reason behind it?

I am missing that part only.

i hav to learn this ruby on rails . how do i start with. i don’t hav any books . can anyone tell me how can i get an ebook for it ? plz help me

i hav to learn this ruby on rails . how do i start with. i don't hav any
books . can anyone tell me how can i get an ebook for it ? plz help me

Did you look at the links in the post you quoted? One of them is
railstutorial.org. This is a good tutorial that is free to use
online, or you can buy the ebook.

Colin

I don't find the link to DL your book for free. Where is it ?

I guess that is because the post quoted is from November last year and
the free offer expired at the end of that month (as stated on the page
linked).

railstutorial.org is free to use online however.

Colin

lmgtfy.com/?q=ruby+on+rails+ebooks

Hi Priya,


[snip]

please don’t post ‘free’ links to content that you should be paying for

Fred

I’m looking forward to reading it this week! Really appreciate you posting this!

I subscribed, still unsure on how to get the free download…

The free download offer was for an advance edition of the book. The free offer expired in November 2013 (!).

The book has been updated for Rails 4.1 and it is available (with a number of other tutorials) from the RailsApps project:

http://railsapps.github.io/

only as part of a monthly subscription.

I’m sorry that it’s not obvious that the download offer was for a limited duration in November 2013. The title of the email announcement “free today” refers to the day the email announcement was sent to this Google Group. In retrospect, I should have said “free on November 27, 2013.” Sorry if anyone is disappointed.

– Daniel Kehoe, author of ‘Learn Ruby on Rails’

I am not able to download this book. Can you please help me with this? Thanks

Reread the subject line.