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Beginning Ruby: From Novice to Professional by Peter Cooper

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Chapter 12. Tying It Together: Developing a Larger Ruby Application

In this chapter, we're going to step back from focusing on individual facets of Ruby and develop an entire program using much of the knowledge you've gained so far. We'll focus on the structural concerns of application development and look at how a flexible program structure can benefit you and other developers in the long run.

The important thing to remember while working through this chapter is that the application itself is not as important as the concepts used while developing it. We'll be rapidly covering a number of areas relevant to most of application development, such as flowcharting, testing, and basic refactoring. These techniques can be relevant when creating any application ...

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