Beginning my journey with hanami

Dear rubyists,

I want to begin my journey with hanami with the official tutorial. I have
limited web development experience with sintara.

Kindly give your reviews on hanami - the web framework.

Thank you , community.

Regards,

Surya.

As far as I know, its claimed that Hanami is technically superior than Rails. Rails does not dispute the claim and does nothing because very few people use Hanami.

Yes give it a go. Possibly if your application goes really big, with Hanami its much more maintainable.

- Karthikeyan A K

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On Saturday, December 7, 2019 9:59 PM, Surya Poojary <suryapjr@gmail.com> wrote:

Dear rubyists,

I want to begin my journey with hanami with the official tutorial. I have limited web development experience with sintara.

Kindly give your reviews on hanami - the web framework.

Thank you , community.

Regards,

Surya.

So why not just Rails? there are a lot of documentation on internet.

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On Sun, Dec 8, 2019 at 11:04 AM Karthikeyan A K <mindaslab@protonmail.com> wrote:

As far as I know, its claimed that Hanami is technically superior than
Rails. Rails does not dispute the claim and does nothing because very few
people use Hanami.

Yes give it a go. Possibly if your application goes really big, with
Hanami its much more maintainable.

- Karthikeyan A K

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Dear rubyists,

I want to begin my journey with hanami with the official tutorial. I have
limited web development experience with sintara.

Kindly give your reviews on hanami - the web framework.

Thank you , community.

Regards,

Surya.

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I would suggest you to begin with rails as you said you have limited web
experience with web development. After you gain experience with rails, you
can explore the new approach that hamani provides.
Also rails has many good features/concepts that would be great if you get
to know before working with hanami.

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On Sun, Dec 8, 2019, 5:16 AM Tom Blackwood <tom.blkwood@gmail.com> wrote:

So why not just Rails? there are a lot of documentation on internet.

On Sun, Dec 8, 2019 at 11:04 AM Karthikeyan A K <mindaslab@protonmail.com> > wrote:

As far as I know, its claimed that Hanami is technically superior than
Rails. Rails does not dispute the claim and does nothing because very few
people use Hanami.

Yes give it a go. Possibly if your application goes really big, with
Hanami its much more maintainable.

- Karthikeyan A K

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Dear rubyists,

I want to begin my journey with hanami with the official tutorial. I have
limited web development experience with sintara.

Kindly give your reviews on hanami - the web framework.

Thank you , community.

Regards,

Surya.

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Hanami is a good choice. If you can, get the book Effective Testing with
RSpec 3. While the web portions use Sinatra, being able to build automated
tests as you learn should help you learn faster.

I would skip Rails completly, for many reasons.

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Dear rubyists,

I want to begin my journey with hanami with the official tutorial. I have
limited web development experience with sintara.

Kindly give your reviews on hanami - the web framework.

Thank you , community.

Regards,

Surya.

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Yeah.. I've been trying to set up Rails for weeks now.

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On Sun, 8 Dec 2019, 15:31 Leam Hall, <leamhall@gmail.com> wrote:

Hanami is a good choice. If you can, get the book Effective Testing with
RSpec 3. While the web portions use Sinatra, being able to build automated
tests as you learn should help you learn faster.

I would skip Rails completly, for many reasons.

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Dear rubyists,

I want to begin my journey with hanami with the official tutorial. I have
limited web development experience with sintara.

Kindly give your reviews on hanami - the web framework.

Thank you , community.

Regards,

Surya.

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Honestly, that's hard to imagine.

Not to hijack this thread, maybe you could start a new one with a
description of the problem(s) you're having?

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On Sun, Dec 8, 2019 at 11:01 AM Gabriel <gabrielgog96@gmail.com> wrote:

Yeah.. I've been trying to set up Rails for weeks now.

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