Beginner's course to learn the current Ruby On Rails for web development.
Learn to create a basic account webpage using the online "Ruby on Rails" guideline. Understand the "Model, Viewer and Controller" (MVC) structure, the concept of "REST", and though it may seem "DRY" (Don't Repeat Yourself) makes RAILS ideal as an efficient web development platform.
posted message: I would like to say good luck to all of you in this venture, and hope that you found or learned something useful through this. I know I have and it was fun doing it!
Take care and here is to new beginnings...
posted message: I've just added a link to a great website explaining about a key word, REST/FUL. I do apologize for not introducing this sooner, but all articles, examples and definitions tend to lead me out of the loop and into finding out what some words meant in their explanations that it just ended being thrown off completely. But not until I found this website. It is easy to understand for the pure fact there is little jargon and more simple terms. I don't know about you, but if I am going to learn something new, tell me as if I am a 4 year old ;) The link is located on the External Link panel. Check it out and see if it helps... Ciao, JW
posted message: I've added "Things to Remember" in the task panel and "Test Editor for Regular Expressions in Ruby" in the external link panel.
The first is a list of important steps that are subtle when developing in RoR, and the other is on-the-fly testing on Ruby strings.
Feel free to put additions, comments and modifications.