Thanks Yorick! I'll give these a shot... Looking forward to using
On Jul 28, 4:21 am, Yorick Peterse <yorickpete...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Small typo, "bcrupt" should've been "bcrypt" :)
> On 28 July 2011 11:36, Yorick Peterse <yorickpete...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Tonedef,
> > First of all I'd recommend you not to use Phusion Passenger. While it may
> > be
> > easier to use that other servers it's mostly aimed at Rails applications.
> > Give
> > Thin or Unicorn a try (the latter is a bit hard to setup/maintain but comes
> > with
> > some nice advantages).
> > Besides this the first step is reading the user guide which can be found at
> >http://ramaze.net/documentation/index.html. While the guide isn't complete
> > (quite a few parts are still missing) the things you're looking for are
> > covered
> > in it. For example, for managing sessions you probably want to use the User
> > helper of which the guide can be found here:
> > For hashing passwords I recommend using BCrupt using the 'bcrypt-ruby' gem.
> > A
> > somewhat difficult but useful example of using this Gem in Ramaze (and with
> > Sequel) can be found here:
> > If you have any other questions feel free to post them here on the mailing
> > list
> > or drop by in the IRC channel which is #ramaze on Freenode.
> > Yorick
> > On 28 July 2011 11:18, Tonedef <kob...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I'm coming from PHP, and I really want to pick up ruby along with
> >> ramaze, but it's a bit difficult to know where to start. I'd like to
> >> be able to start building apps sooner rather than later.I've got
> >> passenger, mysql, and ramaze all working nicely it seems but now I'm
> >> sort of stuck with really basic stuff like building signup pages,
> >> hashing passwords, dealing with session data etc. Any suggestions?
> >> Thanks in advance!
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