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Ruby on Rails, or Rails, is a server-side web application framework written in Ruby under the MIT License. Rails is a model–view–controller framework, providing default structures for a database, a web service, and web pages.

  • The Rails conventions also make it easy for developers to move between different Rails projects, as each project will tend to follow the same structure and coding practices.
  • Rails is good for rapid application development (RAD), as the framework makes it easy to accommodate changes.

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  • 1 Live/Recorded Session
  • Two Sample Modules PDF
  • Free Reference Ebook
  • Course Content
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  • Sample Module Quiz
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1. Introduction to Ruby on Rails
2. Installing
3. Platform requirements
4. Creating a new application
5. Application configuration and bootstrapping
6. Connecting to rails application
7. Rails tools
8. The model/view/controller architecture
9. The rails philosophy: "Convention over Configuration”
10. Domain modelling for rails and ruby
11. Object-relational mapping with active record
12. “Rails-friendly” PostgreSQL
13. Database maintenance
14. Rails application development(Real time case study)
15. Group project(Case study)
16. Application testing(Advance rails tools)

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