RUBY ON RAILS Online Training

Ruby on Rails is quickly establishing itself as the preferred choice amongst developers.Quick and easy to install and use, Rails takes web applications development to a new level for programmers. Whether you’re an experienced developer or completely new to web programming, Ruby on Rails is the best thing you’ll ever discover.

Introduces basic concepts of web development, explains why Ruby on Rails is a popular framework for web development, and looks at Rails from several perspectives so you’ll be prepared to learn more about Rails. You don’t need a technical background to read this article. Technical terms are introduced and explained in easy-to-understand language.

RUBY ON RAILS Online Training Course Content
  • Introducing Ruby
    • Working with different datatypes
    • Defining Constants
    • Using Operators and Expressions
    • Introduction to Arrays
    • Working with Hashes
    • Generator and Predicate Ranges
  • Working with Ruby
    • The if Statement
    • Using the else / elsif Statements
    • Using the unless Statement
    • Understanding Modifiers
    • The case Statement
    • While & Until loops
    • Methods and Arguments
  • Introducing Rails
    • The Model-View-Controller design
    • Putting Ruby on Rails
    • Creating a Controller / an Action / a View
    • Adding HTML in The View
    • Passing Data from an Action to a View
    • Using Sessions
    • Accessing user data via form controls
    • Using data in Controls
    • Working with Modules
    • Applying Controls to Modules
  • Working with Ruby on Rails
    • Testing & validating data integrity
    • Setting and Reading Cookies
    • Creating Filters
    • Creating XML with Views
    • Using View Helpers
    • Using Partial Templates
    • Passing Data to Partial Templates
    • Using Ajax with Rails
  • Database Connection
    • Connecting to a database
    • Create and Name the Model and Controller
    • Adding & Editing records to the database
    • Displaying data from the database
    • Table-naming conventions
    • Object-relation mapping put on rails
    • Creating ActiveRecord models
    • Passing Arguments to a Method
    • Return values from a method
    • Return multiple values from a method
    • Classes, Modules and Mixins
    • Creating a Class / Modules & Mixins
    • Using an Object
    • Using Class Variables & Methods

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