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@Read Book ⚷ Sinatra: Up and Running Õ Take advantage of Sinatra, the Ruby based web application library and domain specific language used by Heroku, GitHub, Apple, Engine Yard, and other prominent organizations With this concise book, you will quickly gain working knowledge of Sinatra and its minimalist approach to building both standalone and modular web applications Sinatra serves as a lightweight wra Paths of Glory the Ruby based web application library and domain specific language used by Heroku The Magic Barrel GitHub Affections Apple The Lavalite World Engine Yard Peter Tchaikovsky and other prominent organizations With this concise book बकुल कथा you will quickly gain working knowledge of Sinatra and its minimalist approach to building both standalone and modular web applications Sinatra serves as a lightweight wra Very good Gets straight to the point and doesn t skimp on the technicalities of how Sinatra works I feel like I have a much better understanding of Sinatra apps after reading this. Books on programming software development have always been plagued with too much content, either failing to be concise and terse or padded with all sorts of extraneous filler or worse, taking too many words to educate an aspiring apprentice It seems that the C Programming Language by Kernighan and Ritchie, the classic programmer instruction text, is a Sisyphusian goal that few are unable to achieve.OTOH, with the explosion of ebooks, there is now the tendency to reduce the content a bit too m Books on programming software development have always been plagued with too much content, either failing to be concise and terse or padded with all sorts of extraneous filler or worse, taking too many words to educate an aspiring apprentice It seems that the C Programming Language by Kernighan and Ritchie, the classic programmer instruction text, is a Sisyphusian goal that few are unable to achieve.OTOH, with the explosion of ebooks, there is now the tendency to reduce the content a bit too much, and squeeze a book into less than a 100 pages Enter Sinatra Up and Running which suffers from this malady Oh, it is an alright treatment of getting up to snuff with Sinatra, the simplistic, no frills, web framework that easily enables a developer to get a HTTP REST framework off the ground in no time, rivaling PHP in simplicity of building a web app And there is decent coverage of some of Sinatra s internals And the final chapter elucidates a roll your own , very minimalistic blog engine But here is what is missing arobust application example, or additional examples More information on Rack, the middleware portion and on how to extend and customize There are tidbits on how to drive Sinatra in modular form, rather than classical form, but the guide here was a tad too terse for my taste Also, I recognize that reference type material gets dated fast, but it still would have been nice to have a quick reference chart FAQ of how to accomplish specific tasks kind of like the old Sinatra book did, before it got tore down and replaced with a hodgepodge of disparate blurbs One of the best programming books I ve ever read It s a short read, but incredibly dense and packed full of useful information, e.g HTTP verbs, Rack, Modular Sinatra Apps, etc If you re thinking about giving Sinatra a try, be sure to read this book. Good introduction to SinatraThe book provided a good amount of detail into the internals of the gem Anyone who finished this book should have no problem with competency with Sinatra.