Learn how to speed up the development of Rails view templates using Haml with Packt’s new eBook.

October 2013 | Open Source

Packt is pleased to announce the release of Instant Haml, a practical, concise eBook that teaches readers how to integrate Haml into their Rails applications in an instant. The eBook is 52 pages long and is available in all popular formats for $12.74.

About the author:

Krzysztof Niksiński has been a Ruby On Rails freelancer since 2003. He attended the Warsaw University of Technology, but he learned all the essential details of Internet services and protocols at his first job as an Internet Systems Administrator. He has since started his own Ruby On Rails development company. He also works as a Middleware Infrastructure Administrator for Acxiom, a marketing technology and services company.

Haml is a markup language used to rapidly develop Rails view templates. It is used by professional developers and praised for its cleanliness, user-friendliness, and agility. It functions as a replacement for inline page templating systems such as PHP, ASP, and ERB.

Instant Haml is an extremely useful guide which provides readers with a number of examples of Haml usage and then lets them dive into more advanced features as they progress. The eBook starts with a demonstration on how to quickly and efficiently install and integrate Haml into Rails applications before moving on to show readers how to convert existing view templates. Web developers looking to speed up and simplify view template creation will find this book a useful resource. To find out more about the book, visit the book page.


Instant Haml
Learn how to integrate Haml into your current application setup and development workflow

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/integrate-haml-into-current-application-setup-and-development-workflow/book

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