|aRuby for kids for dummies /|cby Christopher Haupt.
|aHoboken, New Jersey :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.,|cc2016.
|axi, 322 p. :|bcol. ill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIntroduction -- The most basic building blocks. Getting started with Ruby ; Big numbers ; Bigger hello world -- Programmers are lazy! Stop typing so much! Shapes ; Simple adventure ; Number guessing -- Working with lots of your own data. Short straw ; Code breaker ; Acey deucey -- Using shared code to get graphical. A-maze-ing ; Tower ; Game of Life.
|a"Programming is fun, and you can create some really cool stuff when you know how. If you haven't had a chance to learn Ruby yet, this book is for you! Follow the steps, and you'll learn to code while you build games and other projects to impress your friends!" -- Cover.
|aComputer programming|vJuvenile literature.
|aRuby (Computer program language)|vJuvenile literature.
An introduction to coding with Ruby employs accessible language to demonstrate to middle-grade students how to use Ruby to create web and mobile applications without prior experience, providing hands-on projects and advice for parents and teachers. Original.