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Great introduction to various tasks you may run into as a Rails developer, and solutions to things you have already encountered. Some things may not be the cleanest way to implement something, but do not let that discourage you as it is meant as a starting point for your own solution. I recommend reading through all the recipes in the book, as you may run into a problem one day and your brain will think back to that solution you read here.
What it says on the cover : 70 solutions to common problems. The recipes seems less advanced to me than what you'd find in most of O'Reilly's Cookbooks, for example, but they're varied enough and the short time you'll need to read the book will probably prove profitable.
Good book. I wont go into details.
Book full of useful 70 recipes that solve real application problems. Very suitable for novice and also intermediate RoR programmers.
This book was a recipe to boost my knowledge of Rails development. Sometimes it has simple recipes, sometimes i get stuck with more complicated ones. All in all, I loved it.
Rails Recipes (Pragmatic Programmers) by Chad Fowler (2006)