Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:
Well, it depends. Do you consider "no look and feel" being a look and feel?
No I don't. I was under the impression (after seeing screen shots here http://www.rubyonrails.org)that Rails provide easier way to create GUI like tabs, tables etc
Originally posted by Peter Glass:
I think Pradip has a good question. I remember taking a ROR tutorial online and finding that there are a lot of things built in that take advantage of HTML and styling. There must be some standard ROR way of doing this, right? I didn't write any HTML during the tutorial, yet there was a web display.
Well, there's this thing called scaffolding, which basically generates an initial (ugly) HTML template for displaying and editing your model objects, based on the database schema.
I also wouldn't call that a "look and feel", though, because what scaffolding generates is hardly a "design."
You will see a lot of Rails apps that have a similar look and feel, but that has more to do with the "Web 2.0" movement, and not Rails itself.