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Join Kevin Skoglund as he shows how to create full-featured, object-oriented web applications with the latest version of the popular, open-source Ruby on Rails framework. This course explores each part of the framework, best practices, and real-world development techniques. Plus, get hands-on experience by building a complete content management system with dynamic, database-driven content. Kevin teaches how to design an application; route browser requests to return dynamic page content; structure and interact with databases using object-oriented programming; create, update, and delete records; and implement user authentication. Previous experience with Ruby is recommended, but not required.
[MUSIC] My name is Kevin Skoglund. Welcome to Ruby on Rails Essential Training. In this course, we're going to learn this popular open source web development framework. We will walk through each part of the framework, while we also cover best practices. In real world web development techniques. We'll route browser requests to controller actions, that return dynamic page content. We will learn to interact with the database, and to manage the database schema. We'll walk through the steps that go into creating, reading, updating and deleting database records.
We will discover how to work with relational database associations effectively. We will learn about Rails built-in helpers. Form validations and security protections. And throughout the process, we will gain practical, hands-on experience. By building a complete Ruby on Rails application, a content management system. Let's get started learning Ruby on Rails.
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