The recently released book , Ruby Cookbook while not an outright
learning book, used in adjunct can be quite helpful.  There is a
chapter devoted to Rails, the first chapter covers ERB templates and
many other recipes can be very useful in a Rails app.

Stuart

On 8/31/06, Eduardo Yez Parareda <eduardo.yanezNOSPAM / nospamgmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Does anyone have a comment on how the 2nd de. is coming along.  I
> > guess that that's really a question for the rails forum, but drinking
> > from this one fire hose is enough. <G>
>
> I have both of them, and 2nd ed although is a beta version covers many new
> Rails features (migrations, REST, some of AJAX...). First ed. is really good, but
> 2nd is better.
>
> Answering the original post, I think Pickaxe is the better choice. But I must say
> I haven't read Ruby for Rails.
>
>