While many Ruby programmers know Rake as "the tool you invoke to run the tests", it's actually an extraordinarily powerful and flexible project automation framework. One that is useful far beyond Ruby/Rails projects. And rather than achieve that power by being a behemoth of complexity, it does so in the most Rubyish of ways: by selectively and lightly "salting" the base Ruby language in order to build it up to a domain-specific dialect, honed for project automation.
In this module, you'll learn about how to get the most out of Rake for all kinds of project-automation tasks.
There was a problem reporting this post.
Please confirm you want to block this member.
You will no longer be able to:
Please allow a few minutes for this process to complete.