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Last updated on 4th December 2021 7:27 pm
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What you’ll learn

  • Understand how to write web applications in Ruby on Rails
  • Understand Rails core “7 methods”

So maybe you tried out Ruby on Rails, but found it too hard and feel that you need a more comprehensive introduction.

Maybe you have worked a bit with Ruby and want to further your skills with the language and learn web development with it and Rails.

Perhaps your boss or client threw you in the deep end with a Ruby on Rails project, and you need to learn about Rails fast?

Or maybe you just decided you would like to add Web development and Ruby on Rails to your resume to give yourself some better opportunities.
If so, you are in the right place.

This course is going to teach you how to create web applications using Ruby on Rails. .

Why Ruby on Rails?

Ruby on Rails is a super fast and productive way to develop web applications.   It simplifies common repetitive tasks that take a long time to create in other languages.  The framework is mature because it has been built on solid foundations.  It’s much easier to get a high-end product completed in Ruby on Rails than in other languages.

Because it’s mature there is a ton of open source projects/code you can use that are extremely powerful and really give you an advantage in build solid web applications.

Plus it uses the Ruby programming language. Ruby programming code reads like English and that makes it a lot easier to understand if you are just starting out as a programmer.  As a dynamically typed language, Ruby does not have all of those hard rules other languages do, and in many respects is similar to spoken languages. This empowers you by giving you flexibility to solve problems in a more human way than other programming languages.

What is covered?

Some of the features covered in the course include…

Git Basics, Rails core “7 methods”, and how they perform “CRUD”, Rails Routing, Strong Parameters, Custom Callbacks, Custom Validation, Partials,
Bootstrap 4, Rails Generators, User Autorization, User Authentication, Content Management, Deployment, Seeding the Database, Sending/Receiving Email using a Rails Application, Configuring Sidekiq, Configuring Redis on Heroku and a private server, Installing Templates, Custom Validation Messages, Adding Assets to the Rails Pipeline, Uploading Images on your own server, Uploads to AWS, Adding a WYSIWYG – What You See Is What You Get Editor and more!

Why enrolling in this course is the best decision you can make.

This courses uses non complicated examples to do complex things.  The goal is to get you to understand exactly what you are doing and the reasons why, rather than typing in code you don’t understand. No code is glossed over, as it is important for you to understand what each line is doing.

Your instructor, Stephen Chesnowitz became a fan of Ruby and Ruby on Rails back in 2012 and dove in head first. Over the years he has worked on some pretty cool projects, and is here to share what he can and help you along your path into the world of web development using Ruby on Rails.
As a result you are dealing with someone who not only knows the Ruby language and Ruby on Rails really well, but has the skills to teach things in a way that anyone can understand.

After completing this course, you will have the necessary skills to be able to create your own web applications using Ruby on Rails.

The sooner you sign up for this course, the sooner you will have the skills and knowledge you need to increase your job or consulting opportunities.    Ruby on Rails developers are in high demand!

Your new job or consulting opportunity awaits!

Why not get started today?

Click the Signup button to sign up for the course!

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone wanting to learn how to create web applications using Ruby on Rails

Course content

  • Introduction
  • The Set Up
  • Overview
  • Rails CRUD (create, read, update, destroy)
  • Generators
  • Gems and Forms
  • An App With Users
  • Users With Custom Fields
  • Posts With Comments
  • Recover Password

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  1. Mandar Jabade

    The training told me what GIT was but not many commands were discussed. But it was nevertheless good beginning.

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  2. Danny Park

    Slow paced, Typing oriented lectures, but the explanation is clear and understandable. I hope the instructor publish Ruby on Rails for Intermediate and Ruby on Rails for Advanced Topic Series in near future 🙂

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  3. Marc Mäurer

    Its just perfect. I tried learning Rails with Youtube Tutorials and got frustrated really quick, because it seemed like none of the Youtubers I’ve watched could explain what they were doing.
    But this course explains everything.
    I’m going to start very soon my own buisness with the website im going to create in Rails. Wish me luck 😀

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  4. Mike Thielvoldt

    There are quite a few commands presented right away, demonstrating how git works, but I feel lost about why they’re presented the way they are. I think a short discussion may have been better than a demonstration here, because I’m not sure if I should have followed along.

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  5. Eralda Chung-Colon

    I too agree with this above guy (SB), This is the 1st Udemy course I’ve taken that has absolutely no resources to speak of. This is a beginners course? For who??? So far the only person I feel this course is made for is the instructor. Nothing here is to aide in teaching the student, it’s conveniently set up for the instructor. Even the way he wants us to set up our work space is for HIS convenience, and mostly outdated. VS Code no longer uses the batch settings that he’s trying to get us to set up. It’s a json setting now. I even went to his beginners guide in Git Hub that’s no help to me either. Cloud 9 is no longer useable it’s AWS
    Cloud 9 and you have to pay for that. If this is a beginners course, don’t you think some thought should have been given to the beginners. Ruby is suppose to be a new developers friend, he’s turned it into a nightmare. I love and very much enjoy my Udemy courses, it hurts me that this is the 1st class that I’ve had anything negative to speak of. I really want to learn Ruby , BUT it’s obvious I’m not going to learn it from this instructor. This course is for someone who already knows how to configure many different set ups ie: a developer. Definetly NOT a BEGINNERS COURSE.

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