Learning to build a modern web application is daunting. Ruby on Rails makes it much easier and more fun. It includes everything you need to build fantastic applications, and you can learn it with the support of our large, friendly community. You’ve probably already used many of the applications that were built with Ruby on Rails: Basecamp, GitHub, Shopify, Airbnb, Twitch, SoundCloud, Hulu, Zendesk, Square, Highrise, Cookpad. Those are just some of the big names, but there are literally hundreds of thousands of applications built with the framework since its release in 2004. Ruby on Rails is open-source software, so not only is it free to use, you can also help make it better. More than 4,500 people already have contributed code to Rails. It’s easier than you think to become one of them. Optimizing for programmer happiness with Convention over Configuration is how we roll. Ruby on Rails has been popularizing both concepts along with a variety of other controversial points since the beginning.
This course teaches you the amazing and powerful technology of Ruby on Rails. This technology forms the backend of amazing new Websites and Web apps. Once mastered you will be able to create systems and sites similar to the ones using them. Some of the top sites using Ruby on Rails are Basecamp, Twitter, Shopify, Github, LivingSocial, Groupon, and Yellowpages. We bring together this series as a concise and to-the-point curriculum for learning advanced Ruby on Rails from the very basics. The course does not assume any prior knowledge of Ruby or Rails and is best for beginners and intermediate web developers. By the end of the series, you will be able to develop interesting and exciting web apps and web solutions. This series has been created by our in-house experts and focuses on real and practical usage of the technology and covers the latest specifications. This series is useful for anybody who wants to quickly learn this hot new technology.
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