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The Ruby and Rails community linklog

Made a library? Written a blog post? Found a useful tutorial? Share it with the Ruby community here or just enjoy what everyone else has found!

Vim for Rails Development

Where to start and how to learn Vim for Rails Development by referencing some books/screencasts.


Is anyone else but me tired of these fake reviews so people will go buy a book or worse a screencast?

“Fake reviews”?

What about fake usernames? :-)

The whole “A Byte of Vim” book mentioned in the ‘fake’ article can be read online which I did not know. Thanks, Dalibor.

@AnonymousCritic: You are wrong this time dude. ;) I also reference “A Byte of Vim” book, and “Akita on Vim” screencast which are free. I finish the post by writing what I personally found useful in “Vim for Rails Development” screencast, so it’s always up to you if you want to buy that screencast. ;)

@AnonymousWoodDuck You can also download free pdf of “A Byte of Vim” book from their site.

Ah, I figured out, AnonymousCritic is using Emacs. :D

@AnonymousCritic no, I guess you are alone

@dalibor - You are right on the free offerings so I take back my original comment. I am a big vim fan though but I appreciated the humor regarding emacs :P

Thanks, Dalibor! I found your article and links very helpful.

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