I'm working on learning Ruby on Rails right now, and I'm starting to feel like I'm in way over my head. For those who have been there, what resources helped you find your footing?
So far, I've gone through the Rails for Zombies
screencasts on Code School, plus the entirety of Michael Hartl's Ruby on Rails Tutorial
. The latter was especially helpful in getting me more comfortable moving around in Rails, but now that I'm out of follow-along mode, I can do the basic stuff (create an app, add data, retrieve data, etc.) but I get stuck a lot.
I've only been at this for a couple weeks, so I suppose I shouldn't expect too much yet. There's a lot I really appreciate about Ruby and I'm willing to keep at it, but I need some good basic go-to resources. Can anyone recommend specific books or online tutorials (recent enough that they use Rails 3) that walk you through this stuff in a clear way?