shaynetilley — 2007-10-02T00:05:02-04:00 — #1
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hostpitable — 2010-07-30T12:29:49-04:00 — #2
lol comment of the century! :rofl:
34details — 2010-07-29T15:42:37-04:00 — #3
I can not get past page 23
webjive81 — 2007-10-02T00:21:35-04:00 — #4
Wow. You can't beat that with a stick!
markbrown4 — 2007-10-02T00:22:43-04:00 — #5
Why are you giving away the free book?
Is it a marketing experiment? It reminds me of a 'crazy johns' commercial
aaronjj — 2007-10-02T00:51:30-04:00 — #6
Awesome. Thanks SitePoint!
dotnetnoob — 2007-10-02T01:03:50-04:00 — #7
of course it is. notice it ask you if you like to subscript to blah blah blah...etc.
logic_earth — 2007-10-02T01:10:24-04:00 — #8
In any case who cares! Free book woohoo! <3 Free things are nice when they are awsome.
dan_schulz — 2007-10-02T01:11:51-04:00 — #9
So why does the popup say that you can download the free four chapter sample?
Learn to build next-generation Ruby on Rails web apps from scratch!
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simon_mackie — 2007-10-02T01:22:44-04:00 — #10
I had that too - I think it must be a caching issue, as it's as expected now.
electroskan_com — 2007-10-02T01:39:22-04:00 — #11
What's happening to this place
siradrian — 2007-10-02T02:59:41-04:00 — #12
My guess is to promote ROR... but oh well. Free is free.
skyblaze — 2007-10-02T03:26:44-04:00 — #13
ok but it is a shame to those who purchased the pdf as me
akritic — 2007-10-02T03:41:48-04:00 — #14
Hole in one.
Btw, Thanks sitepoint
I feel sorry for those who purchased, but at least you get an up to date copy for free :tup:
skyblaze — 2007-10-02T03:50:51-04:00 — #15
we already had the opportunity to re-download the updated book whenever we wanted 'cause we paied for the book:rolleyes: :mad:
initforthecash — 2007-10-02T04:00:13-04:00 — #16
Thanks, must not be selling that well...
iimitk — 2007-10-02T06:10:04-04:00 — #17
Thanks SitePoint. Must be a new marketing strategy you're testing its waters. I just want to say that the pop-up window is confusing. I expect a "DOWNLOAD NOW" link to instantly trigger a file, not a from to enter an email address. Why not directly incorporating the form in the page?
mystamax — 2007-10-02T06:21:09-04:00 — #18
possibly getting ready for a second edition?
swatij — 2007-10-02T07:50:27-04:00 — #19
Is this book is realy helpful for beginers, means like the person who knows PHP / MySql Very wel but don't no any thing about rails?
Thanks to sitepoint For this ebook.
contrid — 2007-10-02T08:23:59-04:00 — #20
This is great.
It is going to inspire me to learn ROR.
I'll definitely give it a go
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