Ruby on Rails Training

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Ruby on Rails, or simply Rails, is an open source, highly dynamic web application framework, used for developing web pages, web services, and database structures. Ruby on Rails training demonstrates how to build full featured highly scalable, object oriented web apps. The course allows the candidates to explore the best web development practices for sustainable productivity. The aspirants will take a deep dive into the complete process of creating a dynamic database driven applications on the Rails framework.

By the end of Ruby on Rails training course, the participants will be able to:

  • Explain MVC architecture
  • Install Ruby, Rails, and MySQL Database Server
  • Work on the access library, Active Record, for data handling
  • Use other libraries to simplify coding, perform validations, session management, and other tasks
  • Modularize templates for reusing the code
  • Create and customize URL making them search engine friendly
  • Work on the forms and debug applications for error handling using tailed error logs
  • Illustrate functionality using CRUD
Target audience

Anyone who is interested in learning or advancing the web application development techniques can undergo this training.

Prerequisites

The candidates must have the following skillset to undergo this training:

  • Sound understanding of object-oriented programming
  • Basic knowledge of database systems
  • Familiarity with JavaScript basis will be an added advantage 

1. What is Ruby on Rails

  • Introduction to Rails
  • Why Use Rails
  • MVC Architecture

2. Installation

  • Installation of Ruby
  • Installation of Rails
  • Installation of MySQL Database Server

3. Getting Started

  • Creating a Project
  • Introduction to bundler
  • Access Project
  • Generate Controller and View
  • File Structure
  • Server Request
  • Routes Handling

4. Controllers Views and Dynamic Content

  • Rendering templates
  • Redirect actions
  • View Templates
  • Instance Variables
  • Generating links
  • Passing the URL Parameters

5. Database Migration

  • Introduction to Database
  • Creating Database
  • Configure Project
  • Use of Rake
  • Introduction to Migration
  • Generating Migration
  • Running Migration
  • Migration Methods

6. Model and Active Record

  • Introduction to Active Record
  • Generating Model
  • Rails Console
  • Creating Record
  • Updating Record
  • Deleting Record
  • Finding Record
  • Querying Record
  • Named Scope

7. Controller and CRUD

  • Basic CRUD
  • CRUD Index
  • CRUD Show
  • Form Basics
  • CRUD New
  • Strong Parameters
  • CRUD create
  • CRUD edit
  • CRUD delete

8. Layouts and Partial

  • Introduction to Layouts
  • Partial Layout

9. Managing Assets

  • Introduction to Assets Pipeline
  • Managing Stylesheet and JavaScript

10. Forms

  • Introduction to Forms
  • Using Rails Forms Helpers
  • Form Errors

11. Data Validation

  • Introduction to Validation
  • Validation Methods
  • Using Validation

12. User Authentication

  • Introduction to Authentication
  • Secure Password
  • Implementing Authentication in Rails

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