Ruby on Rails?

On May 9, 2008, in General, by Neil Stevens

Being offline, I’m limited in what I can do. So I’m briefly borrowing my father’s laptop and its company-provided Sprint wireless Internet access and downloading Ruby on Rails. Except… it’s the most horribly designed website for a website development framework I’ve ever seen in my entire life.

Zero documentation of dependencies. They say it’s “low” on dependencies, but don’t say what they are. No way to download docs, no, they try to shill a $40 book instead.

I’ve never heard good things about Rails, but all this stupidity doesn’t bode well for the framework itself being worth anything at all.


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