Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails is a framework that makes it easier to develop, deploy, and maintain web applications. From the time Ruby was initial released, it went from being an unfamiliar figure to being a worldwide spectacle; more significantly, it has become the framework of choice for the execution of a wide range of Web 2.0 applications. We still start with a step-by-step walkthrough of building a real web application, and in-depth tutorials look at the built-in Rails structures. This Ruby on Rails Training will give you more information on the Ruby language and takes more time to explain key theories throughout.

About this “Ruby on Rails” Course:

Ruby on Rails helps you produce high-quality, well-structured web applications rapidly. You focus on creating the application, and Rails takes care of the details. Thousands of developers have used this training to learn Rails and it’s wide-ranging, extensive tutorial and reference that’s recommended by the Rails Experts. If you’re beginner to programming or Rails, it’ll give you step-by-step guidance and If you’re an experienced developer, this training will give you the complete, insider details you need.

Ruby on Rails is a framework that makes it easier to develop, deploy, and maintain web applications. From the time Ruby was initial released, it went from being an unfamiliar figure to being a worldwide spectacle; more significantly, it has become the framework of choice for the execution of a wide range of Web 2.0 applications. We still start with a step-by-step walkthrough of building a real web application, and in-depth tutorials look at the built-in Rails structures. This Ruby on Rails Training will give you more information on the Ruby language and takes more time to explain key theories throughout.

Learn Rails 4 Online with ELearningLine

So Want to learn how to build apps interactively through engaging videos and hands-on exercises? Enroll ELearningLine’s online Ruby on Rails Programming course.In this online, self-paced course you’ll learn the fundamentals every Rails developer should know, and how to put all the pieces together, so you can surely create your first Rails app or straight get into an existing application. In this entire course you will also learn key design patterns to help you develop more dynamic, robust and flexible Rails apps.

Why Rails Feels Right

A large number of developers were unsatisfied with the technologies they were using to create web applications like Java, PHP, or .NET—there was a rising sense that their jobs were just too damn tough and then came Rails, and it was easier. Professional developers writing real-world websites wanted to feel that the applications they were developing would stand the test of time—that they were designed and implemented using present, expert techniques. So, these developers dug into Rails and revealed it wasn’t just a tool for hacking out sites. All Rails applications are implemented using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture and in fact Rails takes MVC further, when you develop in Rails, you start with a working application, there’s a place for each piece of code, and all the pieces of your application interact in a standard way. Professional programmers write tests. And again, Rails delivers. All Rails applications have testing support baked right in. As you add functionality to the code, Rails mechanically creates test stubs for that functionality and this framework makes it easy to test applications.

Objective of this Course:

Learn in short time period - Build a real-life web application, using the newest versions

  1. Install Rails
  2. Mac, Linux, or Windows
  3. Recommended gems
  4. Front-end frameworks
  5. Troubleshooting techniques
  6. Where to get help
  7. Rails challenges

Master the fundamentals – The tutorial does a great job of explaining basic concepts

  1. Ruby language literacy
  2. Rails directory structure
  3. Request-response cycle
  4. Model-view-controller architecture
  5. Static and dynamic pages
  6. Forms processing
  7. Testing

Be skillful - Learn and perform in the workplace

  1. Ruby Version Management
  2. Workflow with Git
  3. Environment variables
  4. Security practices
  5. Product planning
  6. Project management
  7. Analytics

Prepare to go further - Learn Ruby on Rails and get advanced tutorials and courses, preparing you for

  1. Rails in Depth
  2. Finding Your Way Around Rails
  3. Active Record
  4. Action Dispatch and Action Controller
  5. Action View
  6. Caching
  7. Migrations
  8. Non-Browser Applications
  9. Rails’ Dependencies
  10. Rails Plugins
Who should go for this course?
  1. The course is suitable for professionals who want to learn Web Application development.
  2. Anyone want to learn the basics of Ruby on Rails.
  3. Anyone who is interested in learning to build websites.
  4. Experienced programmers looking to pick up a new language/technology
  5. Experienced Ruby developers looking to advance their skills.

Curriculum

 

Getting Started
  1. Installing Rails
  2. Instant Gratification
  3. The Architecture of Rails Applications
  4. Introduction to Ruby
Building an Application - The Depot Application
  1. Creating the Application
  2. Validation and Unit Testing
  3. Catalog Display
  4. Cart Creation
  5. A Smarter Cart
  6. Add a Dash of Ajax
  7. Check Out!
  8. Sending Mail
  9. Logging In
  10. Internationalization
  11. Deployment and Production
  12. Depot Retrospective
Rails in Depth - Finding Your Way Around Rails
  1. Active Record
  2. Action Dispatch and Action Controller
  3. Action View
  4. Caching
  5. Migrations
  6. Non-Browser Applications
  7. Rails’ Dependencies
  8. Rails Plugins
Facets of Ruby
  1. Classes, Objects, and Variables
  2. Containers, Blocks, and Iterators
  3. Sharing Functionality: Inheritance, Modules, and Mixins
  4. Standard Types
  5. Regular Expressions
  6. More About Methods
  7. Expressions
  8. Exceptions, catch, and throw
  9. Basic Input and Output
  10. Fibers, Threads, and Processes
  11. Unit Testing
  12. When Trouble Strikes!
Ruby in Its Setting
  1. Namespaces, Source Files, and Distribution
  2. Character Encoding
  3. Interactive Ruby Shell
  4. Documenting Ruby
  5. Ruby and the Web
  6. Ruby and Microsoft Windows
The Ruby Language
  1. Duck Typing
  2. Metaprogramming
  3. Reflection, ObjectSpace, and Distributed Ruby
  4. Locking Ruby in the Safe
Ruby Library Reference
  1. Built-in Classes and Modules
  2. Standard Library

What is Ruby on Rails?
Ruby: is a programming language. It was produced 20 years ago by Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto. Among programming language popularity, Ruby ranks among the top ten, and this is because of the popularity of Rails. Like Java, PHP, or .NET, Ruby is a programming language and it is best known for its use in web programming.

Rails: was created by David Heinemeier Hansson and it is a software library that extends the Ruby programming language and it was he who gave it the name “Ruby on Rails,” though it is often just called “Rails.” It is software code that is added to the Ruby programming language. Technically, it is a library platform and is installed using OS command-line interface. So you can say Rails is a framework for building web applications. The Rails API are available explained in books, articles, and blog posts. Rails chains the Ruby programming language with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create a web application and since these web based application runs on a web server, Rails is considered a server-side development platform.
Why Ruby?
David Heinemeier Hansson the creator of Rails had been using the PHP programming language and was frustrated because of a lack of abstraction and using painful PHP repetitive code wanted to use better engineering abstractions supported in Java programming language but found development in Java was bulky. He tried Ruby and was thrilled about the ease of he found in the Ruby language. Ruby is known among programmers for a brief, neat syntax that doesn’t require a lot of extra punctuation. Compared to Java, Ruby is efficient, with less code required to create data fields. Ruby is a modern language that makes it easy to use high-level abstractions.
Do You Need to Study Ruby to Learn Rails?
No, it is advisable to spend at least an hour with an introduction to Ruby to make yourself comfortable with the syntax of the language. You should be prepared to distinguish correct syntax when you using Ruby code in your text editor. With ELearningLine training you can find good online tutorials listed on the Ruby and Rails.
Why Rails?
Rails API reveals provide great interfaces and intelligence in developing web application. Rails is popular among web startups, significantly because the pool of open source software libraries (RubyGems, or “gems”) which makes it easy to build complex web applications faster. Today PHP, Java frameworks, and .NET remain popular, but Rails has become very popular and has influenced development of other server-side frameworks.
Why Rails Feels Right?
A large number of developers were unsatisfied with the technologies they were using to create web applications like Java, PHP, or .NET—there was a rising sense that their jobs were just too damn tough and then came Rails, and it was easier. Professional developers writing real-world websites wanted to feel that the applications they were developing would stand the test of time—that they were designed and implemented using present, expert techniques. So, these developers dug into Rails and revealed it wasn’t just a tool for hacking out sites. All Rails applications are implemented using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture and in fact Rails takes MVC further, when you develop in Rails, you start with a working application, there’s a place for each piece of code, and all the pieces of your application interact in a standard way. Professional programmers write tests. And again, Rails delivers. All Rails applications have testing support baked right in. As you add functionality to the code, Rails mechanically creates test stubs for that functionality and this framework makes it easy to test applications.
Who should go for this course?
1. The course is suitable for professionals who want to learn Web Application development.
2. Anyone want to learn the basics of Ruby on Rails.
3. Anyone who is interested in learning to build websites.
4. Experienced programmers looking to pick up a new language/technology.
5. Experienced Ruby developers looking to advance their skills.
Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer:

The Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer examinations are for those who design and develop Ruby-based systems and  instructors who teach Ruby. People who are certified are acknowledged for their skills and having high levels of Ruby-based system development capabilities. If you pass the examination you will be certified by the Ruby Association as a Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer. 

The overall purpose of the certification program is to:

  1. Set a standard by which goals can be set for studying and teaching Ruby
  2. Set a standard by which Ruby engineers can measure and prove their skill level
  3. Set a decision-making standard for companies and other entities seeking to hire Ruby engineers or outsource development projects
Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer Silver

Test time: 90 minutes

Method: Computer Based Testing 

Number of questions:   50 (multiple choice)

Passing score: 75%

Target version: Ruby 2.1.x

Examination fee: US$150

Scope:

  1. Comment
  2. Literal (e.g., numbers, booleans, strings, characters, arrays, hashes)Variables, constants, and scope
  3. Operators
  4. Conditional branching
  5. Loops
  6. Exception handling
  7. Method calls
  8. Blocks
  9. Method definition
  10. Class definition
  11. Module definition
  12. Multilingualization
  13. Well-used built-in classes (e.g., Object, Numerical classes, String, Array, Hash)Well-used Built-in modules (e.g., Kernel, Enumerable, Comparable)
  14. Polymorphism
  15. Inheritance
  16. mix-in

Vinesh Burhoo

Absolutely updated course and brilliantly constructed. I was able to work on Base Rails. Really felt happy. Extremely good course. Thank You E Learning Line for your huge help and support. I am now Rails certified. Immediately after successfully completion of the course I have got the job. Thanks to e-Learning Line team.

Maria Biktasheva

Educative, thought provoking, detailed and project oriented. Ruby on Rails could not have better taught. I tried some other places too, but e-Learning Line is best of the lot. Especially the course curriculum. Very organized and real life oriented. Candidates can easily relate to the real life scenario with the applications.

namrata Bagree

Simply brilliant in approach and method. The project I worked on was on drop boxes and configuring them. E Learning Line nailed it in their training on Ruby. Now I become a pro at handling drop box configuration and such. From instructors to helpdesk lady, everyone was patient and helpful. I would love to take up another course under e-Learning Line in future.

Nehdia Akram

I have a Java background but wanted to upgrade myself to the latest technology. Ruby on rails is the best of the current lot and E Learning Line with their innovative training methods is the best place to learn and practice latest technologies. I have taken their instructor led online course and needless to say that it was brilliant. I have thoroughly enjoyed and gathered huge skill on Ruby on Rails.

 

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