Padrino cheat sheet

In December 2013 I started working with the infamous Padrino web framework. I currently consider it my favorite Ruby web framework. Although it already has a lot of documentation there is by far not as much reference material as for Ruby on Rails. Neither is the community very active yet (especially considering the dead IRC channel). Padrino is explicitly component-agonistic and thus you will have to find documentation spread across half of the internet. I had 30 browser tabs open while programming and still did not find what I was looking for. So I started collecting bookmarks and taking notes so that I have it all in one place. And while I was at it I considered making the notes worth reading by fellow web developers.

So without further ado find the pre-alpha version of my Padrino Cheat Sheet and use it for good. Be warned though that it is definitely incomplete in many areas I have not used yet. And – yes – I know that I copied lots of existing documentation and that sooner or later the cheat sheet will become outdated. But I will try to keep it up to date. But I will need your help. I’m very interested in your feedback.

2 thoughts on “Padrino cheat sheet

  • 2014-02-01 at 12:28

    Good job, this is a great start. It is nice for newcomers as it gives a bird’s eye view of the framework too.
    Looking forward the next versions !

  • 2014-02-04 at 07:30

    Great work – very useful cheatsheet. I discovered Padrino at the about the same time you did. Love the framework. I am actually enjoying programming again! Look forward to seeing this cheatsheet progressing.


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