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my bookmarks

Many a time I come across some links which seems to have some information, which worth referring back or I do not have time to read them at the moments and want to come back to it in free time. I used to bookmark them. Below is my bookmarks.

-> getting started with rails :


This is online Ruby on Rails Book…look exhaustive with great length of detail


this link talk about browser simulation for testing and how to work with  capybara and faye. It also speak about performance enhancement with new release of faye


It list all the available configuration for Rspec


Provide, guideline to write javascript code with best practices.


Online ruby book, with quick referance

-> online ruby book

-> changes in rails 4

-> Drawing flow chart diagram online.

-> Never write a single javascript line anymore to validate your forms FrontEnd. Parsley will do that for you and do it right, thanks to its powerful DOM-API

-> Migration in Rails

-> Relative usage of different functions in different methods # It will tell how to make string upper case in different language

-> online tester for your javascript code

-> torquebox

-> running daemon like mongrel, passenger etc.

-> checking security vulnerability in your rails app

-> ruby on rails basics

-> skype user guide

->Chrome development tool

-> Anguler Js with Rails:

-> Collection of all ruby resources

-> code sharing

-> Technology used in a particular Website