Practical Rails Social Networking Sites shows you the complete development cycle of a social networking community web site. The project develops first as a simple content management system, after which author Alan Bradburne progressively adds features in order to build a full Web 2.0-enabled community-based social networking site using Ruby on Rails. You will learn how to make the best use of the Ruby on Rails framework within a large project and how to implement and adapt features specific to a community. The book offers practical advice and tips for developing and testing, along with guidance on how to take your site live, as well as optimize and maintain it. The book also explores how to integrate with other community sites such as Flickr and Google Maps, and how to make good use of Rails Ajax features. You will also learn how to optimize and adapt your site to work well on mobile browsers.Liquid plug-in and, 330 manually testing, 343a346 rendering Liquid templates, 342 requirements for, 329a330 testing usertemplates ... 171a173 forum controller manually, 131 friends controller, 272a273 friends list, 274 functional account controller, 70a72 back-end, ... 84 TextMate (MacroMates), 7 thumbnails for photos in gallery, 205 TinyMCE, 44 title field, 26 TMail library, 225 tools See also specificanbsp;...
|Title||:||Practical Rails Social Networking Sites|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2007-06-26|