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Hey! This is the first full course to teach Rails 4 and Bootstrap 3!
Hi there, I'm Tal. I'm a freelance web developer in NYC. This class will teach you how to build a Ruby on Rails application and publish it on the web.
Rails is an insanely popular way to build web applications but getting started can be a bit daunting. This class is designed for absolute beginners with minimal to no experience coding.
We'll take a project-based approach, meaning we'll spend the class building a functioning, usable app from start to finish.
By the end of the course, you'll build and publish a mini version of Tumblr from stratch:
Create a Tumblr-like blog
Post text content
Add photos (you know, like this)
… and more
By enrolling in this class you'll get lifetime access to:
A clear step-by-step project guide
Hours of professionally recorded video lessons
A student gallery to post your work for feedback from classmates
And additional downloadable resources
Concepts we'll cover will include:
Installation. Getting Rails installed headache-free.
Model, View, Controller. The way Rails apps are organized.
Reading and writing to the database. Using ActiveRecord, Rails' build-in database framework.
Git. Keeping track of changes in your code.
Deploying. Putting your app online with Heroku.
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