This repo holds the source of the TryRuby website. TryRuby is a website where you can learn the Ruby language. Starting from zero knowledge about programming you can learn the basics of Ruby in 56 short lessons.
Try Ruby version 1 by why the lucky stiff
Try Ruby version 2 by Andrew McElroy & David Miani
Try Ruby version 3 by Eric Allam & Nick Walsh
Try Ruby version 4 by Ivo Herweijer
This website is partially based on OpalRb.com by Adam Beynon.
Spanish translation by Jesus Gabriel y Galan & Pablo García
Dutch translation by Ivo Herweijer
Brazilian Portuguese translation by Ricardo da Verdade Silva
Japanese translation by Koji Shimada & Masayoshi Takahashi
Russian translation by Alexander Nikolaev
Ukrainian translation by Andrii Palchik
Macedonian translation by Violeta Pavleska
Chinese translation by Ye Junzhe & Bitfox & Heng Li
Suggestions to improve translations are welcome. If you submit a pull request updating a translation please only change the files in folder translations, not the json files in folder source. These files will be updated automatically by the build/publish task.
You can deploy the website using docker by running the following commands:
# creating the image docker build -f Dockerfile . -t tryruby # running the image, you can access tryruby on http://localhost:9099 docker run -p 9099:4567 -d tryruby:latest
Clone this repo, and use bundler to get dependencies:
$ bundle install
The website is built using middleman. Livereload is enabled.
Note: to install the 'eventmachine' gem a ruby development environment needs to be present. You may need to run something like:
$ sudo apt-get install ruby2.3-dev
Run development website
$ bin/middleman server
$ bin/rake publish
Git branch 'gh-pages' now holds the publishable version of TryRuby, accessible via try.ruby-lang.org/.
When adding a new translation: see the README file in /translations.
See the website try-ruby-version-4 for more background information on how and why this website was created.
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