Course Outline

Introduction

  • Ruby on Rails vs Python, PHP, Javascript, Java, etc.

Overview of Ruby as an OOP (Object Oriented Programming) Language

Overview of Ruby on Rails as an MVC (Model View Controller) Development Framework

Setting up the Development Environment

Installing Ruby on Rails

Creating a Simple "Hello World" Application on Ruby on Rails

Setting Up Git for Version Control

Deploying Your First Ruby on Rails Application to Heroku (Optional)

Developing an Application Using Scaffold Generators

Creating Static and Dynamic Pages

Testing the Application

Working with Built-In and Custom Helpers on Ruby on Rails

Using Ruby's Data Structures, Operators, Methods and Classes

Incorporating a CSS Framework to Develop the UI

Filling in the Layout and Structure of the Ruby on Rails Application

Connecting the Application to a Database

Working with the Relationship Model

Creating a User Sign-Up Page

Modeling, Validating, Updating, and Deleting Users on Ruby on Rails

Setting up a User Microposts page

Building a Simple eCommerce Web Application

Managing Transactions and Payments

Unit Testing the Application

Automation Testing and Continuous Integration Tools and Techniques for Ruby on Rails

Troubleshooting

Summary and Conclusion

Requirements

  • Basic programming or web development experience
 35 Hours

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