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The table of contents alone looks awesome. What level of Rails experience is the book targeted for, newbies or pros?
 
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It's aimed at all levels (up to and including seasoned pros), but it does assume you're familiar with the framework. Having built a single Rails app is about as much experience as you'd need.
 
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