RailsSpace: Building a Social Networking Website with Ruby on Rails

Michael Hartl, Aurelius Prochazka

  • 出版商: Addison-Wesley Professional
  • 出版日期: 2007-07-30
  • 售價: $700
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 537
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0321480791
  • ISBN-13: 9780321480798
  • 相關分類: Ruby

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This hands-on tutorial shows how to build a real-world, practical application using Ruby on Rails. This book targets both beginning and experienced web developers interested in learning Rails, including serious developers looking to use Rails to build large-scale web applications.  

 

Table of Contents

List of figures xvii

Acknowledgments xxi

Chapter 1 Introduction 1

1.1 Why Rails? 1

1.2 Why this book? 3

1.3 Who should read this book? 4

1.4 A couple of Rails stories 5

Part I Foundations 11

Chapter 2 Getting Started 13

2.1 Preliminaries 13

2.2 Our first pages 20

2.3 Rails views 26

2.4 Layouts 28

2.5 Developing with style 38

Chapter 3 Modeling users 43

3.1 Creating the User model 43

3.2 User model validations 51

3.3 Further steps to ensure data integrity (?) 63

Chapter 4 Registering users 65

4.1 A User controller 65

4.2 User registration: The view 66

4.3 User registration: The action 77

4.4 Linking in Registration 90

4.5 An example user 95

Chapter 5 Getting started with testing 97

5.1 Our testing philosophy 98

5.2 Test database configuration 98

5.3 Site controller testing 99

5.4 Registration testing 103

5.5 Basic User model testing 111

5.6 Detailed User model testing 115

Chapter 6 Logging in and out 131

6.1 Maintaining state with sessions 131

6.2 Logging in 134

6.3 Logging out 146

6.4 Protecting pages 150

6.5 Friendly URL forwarding 156

6.6 Refactoring basic login 164

Chapter 7 Advanced login 181

7.1 So you say you want to be remembered? 181

7.2 Actually remembering the user 192

7.3 “Remember me” tests 203

7.4 Advanced tests: Integration testing 209

7.5 Refactoring redux 215

Chapter 8 Updating user information 225

8.1 A non-stub hub 226

8.2 Updating the email address 226

8.3 Updating password 229

8.4 Testing user edits 237

8.5 Partials 245

Part II Building a social network 253

Chapter 9 Personal profiles 255

9.1 A user profile stub 256

9.2 User specs 260

9.3 Editing the user specs 266

9.4 Updating the user hub 277

9.5 Personal FAQ: Interests and personality 288

9.6 Public-facing profile 299

Chapter 10 Community 303

10.1 Building a community (controller) 303

10.2 Setting up sample users 304

10.3 The community index 308

10.4 Polishing results 320

Chapter 11 Searching and browsing 327

11.1 Searching 327

11.1.1 Search views 328

11.1.2 Ferret 330

11.2 Testing search 341

11.3 Beginning browsing 343

11.4 Location, location, location 350

Chapter 12 Avatars 365

12.1 Preparing for avatar upload 365

12.2 Manipulating avatars 373

Chapter 13 Email 389

13.1 Action Mailer 389

13.2 Double-blind email system 399

Chapter 14 Friendships 411

14.1 Modeling friendships 411

14.2 Friendship requests 420

14.3 Managing friendships 426

Chapter 15 RESTful blogs 437

15.1 We deserve a REST today 438

15.2 Scaffolds for a RESTful blog 445

15.3 Building the real blog 454

15.4 RESTful testing 473

Chapter 16 Blog comments with Ajax 479

16.1 RESTful comments 479

16.2 Beginning Ajax 485

16.3 Visual effects 495

16.4 Debugging and testing 501

Chapter 17 What next? 505

17.1 Deployment considerations 505

17.2 More Ruby and Rails 515

Index 517