Asciicasts: Railscasts In Text Form
We're all familiar with Ryan Bates' excellent (award winning even) Railscasts - the gigantic collection of free screencasts that show you how to pull off daring stunts with Rails (if you're not, go check them out, you're missing a lot!)
As great as Ryan's videos are, however, sometimes you might just want to recap what you saw without watching ten minutes of video or, hey, perhaps video just isn't your cup of tea. Enter ASCIIcasts - Railcasts made into text form. ASCIIcasts is not by Ryan Bates, however, it's a project of Eifion Bedford, a British Rails developer.
Initially I thought it was going to be a joke, like an ASCII art video or something, but it's actually just lucid, textual walkthroughs of what Ryan did in his videos. So far only 35 are covered, but this is more than enough to get you going with recapping and learning some awesome Rails techniques again. There are also links on each page to drive you back to the original video for the real deal.
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