Ruby On Rails For Beginners Practical Ruby On Rails Training

A practical hands-on course that teaches the beginner how to use Ruby On Rails. Uses easy to follow examples.
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  • Contents Video: 8 hours
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  • Languages English
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Published 2/2014 English

Course Description

This Ruby on Rails tutorial from Infinite Skills will take you through the key features of this open-source web development framework while leading you through the development of a time-tracking web application. This course is designed for users that already have a working knowledge of the Ruby programming language.


You will start with a tour of Ruby Syntax and how to run Ruby code, learning about objects and classes, strings and numerics, and control structures in Ruby. You will then begin to create a Rails app, covering topics such as domain modeling, controllers, views, creating forms, and authentication. This video tutorial will also teach you how to use Ajax with Rails, handle file uploads, send emails from the server, and export content to CSV, JSON, and XML. Finally, you will learn how to test Rail apps and write model and controller tests.

By the completion of this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of creating a web app from start to finish with Ruby on Rails. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

What are the requirements?

  • A will to learn to program

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Teach the core fundamentals of programming with Ruby On Rails

What is the target audience?

  • Programmers, Web Developers

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Curriculum

Section 1: Important - Download These First - Working Files
Introduction
Preview
Article
0101 What We Will Cover
Preview
02:42
0103 Brief History Of Rails
Preview
02:15
0104 The Purpose Of Using Rails
Preview
05:40
0105 Model View Controller Paradigm
05:47
0106 Installing Rails Using Nitrous
03:00
0107 Installing Rails Using The Rails Installer
01:47
0108 How To Access Your Working Files
02:45
Section 2: Brief Tour
0201 Brief Walkthrough Of A Small Working Rails App
02:33
0202 Code Organization In Rails - What Directions Do What?
06:15
0203 Model Elements Of The Blog App
03:55
0204 More On Model Elements Of The Blog App
04:26
0205 Controller And View Elements Of The Blog App
06:15
Section 3: Ruby On Rails
0301 Brief Tour Of Ruby Syntax And How To Run Ruby Code
05:20
0302 Objects And Classes - Part 1
06:34
0303 Objects And Classes - Part 2
08:47
0304 The Self Keyword
05:41
0305 Objects And Classes - Exercise Review
03:34
0306 Strings In Ruby
08:01
0307 Numerics In Ruby
05:04
0308 String And Numerics - Exercise Review
04:46
0309 Arrays In Ruby
06:28
0310 Hashes In Ruby
07:08
0311 Control Structures
04:41
0312 Iterating Over Collections
06:47
0313 Array And Hash - Exercise Review
05:15
0314 Blocks
07:43
0315 Iterators And Blocks - Exercise Review
04:40
Section 4: Domain Modelling
0401 Creating A Rails App
03:35
0402 Modelling Domains
03:43
0403 Creating Models
04:50
0404 More On Creating Models - Finishing The Migrations
05:24
0405 Associations
06:10
0406 The Rails Console
04:20
0407 Many-To-Many Associations
04:57
0408 Many-To-Many Associations - Testing Via The Console
05:08
0409 Rails Console - Adding Data
06:12
0410 Fixtures
05:21
0411 Migrations - Changing A Field
03:05
0412 Fixtures - Exercise Review
04:55
0413 AR Query Interface
05:47
0414 Scopes
03:40
0415 Validations
04:30
0416 Validations - Exercise Review
06:54
Section 5: Controllers
0501 Action Controller Overview
06:28
0502 Routing And The Params Hash
06:56
0503 Getting Values From The Model In Controller Actions
05:42
0504 Generating Controllers - Exercise Review
05:36
0505 Adding To Our Controllers And Routes
07:44
0506 Adding A Slug Route For Projects
06:36
Section 6: Views
0601 Action View Overview
03:33
0602 Setting The Global Layout
05:36
0603 Adding A Nav - Using View Helpers
05:23
0604 Asset Pipeline Overview - Adding Some Javascript
06:19
0605 Styling The Global Template - Turbolinks
03:55
0606 Layouts And Rendering - How Does Rails Choose A Template?
05:00
0607 Looping Over Collections In Views
04:16
0608 Adding A To_S Method To Models
03:04
0609 Looping Over Collections - Exercise Review
04:03
0610 Displaying Related Items In The Show View
02:18
0611 Partials And Content_For
06:15
0612 Partials For Re-Used Content
03:44
0613 Partials For Re-Used Content - Exercise Review
03:57
Section 7: Forms
0701 Forms Overview
07:45
0702 A Create Form For Companies
04:37
0703 Form Helper Methods And Styling The Forms
05:09
0704 A Create Form For Works
07:40
0705 A Create Form For Projects - Exercise Review
03:19
0706 Saving The New Object - The Create Action
06:30
0707 The Create Action For Works
04:17
0708 The Create Action For Projects - Exercise Review
05:16
0709 Validation And Forms
05:34
0710 Validation For Works
04:24
0711 Validation For Projects - Exercise Review
03:56
0712 Writing An Edit Form
05:41
0713 An Edit Form For Works With Refactoring
04:26
0714 Writing An Edit Form - Exercise Review
03:12
0715 Forms And Ajax
06:40
Section 8: Authentication
0801 Authentication Packages In Rails Filters
02:24
0802 Installing Devise
05:20
0803 Using Devise
05:12
Section 9: Mailers
0901 Mailers Overview
03:11
0902 Creating And Invoking A Mailer
05:35
0903 Mailer - Exercise Review
05:25
Section 10: Files And Exporting
1001 Uploading Files To The Server
04:15
1002 Files - Exercise Review
04:22
1003 Exporting Content To CSV
07:21
1004 CSV Exporting - Exercise Review
06:01
Section 11: Testing
1101 Testing Rails Apps
02:51

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