Enjoy. I've already also noticed some changes in how things are done. GitHub is now used as opposed to BitBucket, getting into some interactive Heroku. Some nice small new features of Rails 6 have been pointed out. Very nice changes so far, enjoying a different way of doing things.
8 thoughts on “Just a reminder: Michael Hartl’s RailsTutorial Book is now updated for Rails 6”
Someone should [buy this guy a beer](https://www.railstutorial.org/book/undefined#copyright_and_license)!
Sad to see the online version is no longer free. It was my first real introduction to rails and programing and I’ve sent it to anyone who has shown any interest in either.
If you are not financially stable for now, you can apply for a scholarship on the learnenough website. I was granted a 100% scholarship last month and I’m super grateful for that.
Does the physical book available for sale yet?
The book is DRM free right? So if someone were to have purchased it, that person could share it with others?
This looks great — can’t believe I’ve overlooked this book until now.
u/mhartl, does the Rails tutorial cover any webpack stuff, by chance? Lately that’s my biggest sticking point with recent Rails releases.
Any news about the screencasts?