CLI (or command-line interface) makes it easier for the user to understand a program. In case of Ruby, which is the most human-language-look-like programming language, it should be even easier to create CLI. But is it so? Let’s explore the basic steps to build command-line interface with Ruby.
Since we are Ruby on Rails agency, we do pay a lot of attention to materials, tutorials, and news around RoR and Ruby. Recently Syndicode found quite an informative, well-written article about Ruby main features explained for the beginners. And we decided to translate this material for the English-speaking community. Because it is useful to read for all of us! So today we’re going to present you Ruby for beginners: interesting facts and learning process.
If you are standing at the crossroads and not sure whether you should start Ruby, here’s a magic ping that will give you a hint. Ruby is cool enough for learning and great for different software products. A few months ago we shared with you the ultimate list of books and courses to learn Ruby on Rails. Now’s the time to show you books and tutorials for learning and mastering Ruby language!