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Ruby on Rails: An Introduction

Ruby on Rails: An Introduction

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Product is rated as #11 in category Ruby On Rails

Did you ever want to build a web application? Perhaps you even started down that path in a language like Java or C#, when you realized that there was so much “climbing the mountain” that you had to do? Maybe you have heard about web services being all the rage, but thought they were too complicated to integrate into your web application. Or maybe you wondered how deploying web applications to the cloud works, but there was too much to set up just to get going. In this course, we will explore how to build web applications with the Ruby on Rails web application framework, which is geared towards rapid prototyping. Yes, that means building quickly! At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to build a meaningful web application and deploy it to the “cloud” using a Heroku PaaS (Platform as a Service). Best of all, it will almost feel effortless& Really! “But wait”, you will say, “there is no way that we can build a useful application if there is no database involved. You need the data for an application to be useful.” Great point! But what if& instead of getting the data from the database, we get …

Instructor Details

Kalman Hazins is a part-time lecturer with the Engineering for Professionals program at the Johns Hopkins University. He earned his B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in 2000 and then went on to earn a M.S. with Honors in Computer Science from the Johns Hopkins University in 2004. He has worked as a software developer for many years, most recently at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, where he was a member of the Senior Professional Staff, and Envieta Systems, LLC, as a Senior Software Developer. Kalman enjoys teaching Computer Science and has taught courses spanning the topics of Java 2 Enterprise Edition, Ajax development, and Ruby on Rails. Kalman lives in Baltimore with his wife and four children.

Specification: Ruby on Rails: An Introduction

Duration

17 hours

Year

2015

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

57 reviews for Ruby on Rails: An Introduction

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  1. omar m f

    Highly Recommended

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  2. Sikay

    If professor can update the course material, that will make the course even better

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  3. Inderjit S S

    This course is peach. Amazingly coached by Prof. Hazins. I learnt a great deal about web development, ruby language, the Rails framework, version controlling using GIt, using cloud based deployment service heroku and in general it increased my knowledge about the internet on the whole 😉

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  4. David P

    A bit out of date, should have a module to install rvm.

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  5. Claire K

    Great introduction to Ruby!

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  6. Jerome S

    I think this was a great course. The various issues with versions of ruby, rails, gems, operating systems, etc was frustrating at times but at the same time very much “real world” as I learned how to reflect about possible solutions and use online resources to sleuth the problems. Looking forward to the next courses and becoming more comfortable with rails.

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  7. Sam R

    Outdated. Should be kept current.

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  8. Jose C G M

    I like the content but definitely the submission and assessment should improve. The main problem is the version used in the videos is already quite old and difficult to get that version nowadays

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  9. Brett W

    Old versions of Ruby and Rails make the exercises a chore.

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  10. Yuehao H

    The content is great so far, learned a lot from this course. However, the version is too old and I need to downgrade a bunch of staff to make assignment work. It should be better to update the assignment at lease to rails 5.x. Also, it should be better to cover some content about either MySQL or PostgresQL since SQLite is serverless and it is different to most of man SQL language with server.

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  11. TU–NING T

    It is pretty cool! Although the video might seem old, but most of it still works. Additionally, mostly you can find the answer from the forum. Also, you can try to figure it out by trying different things. I would say the bundle install (bundle update) is usually the most annoying one because they just depend each other, and sometimes it will be hard to figure out what is happening!

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  12. TU NING T

    It is pretty cool! Although the video might seem old, but most of it still works. Additionally, mostly you can find the answer from the forum. Also, you can try to figure it out by trying different things. I would say the bundle install (bundle update) is usually the most annoying one because they just depend each other, and sometimes it will be hard to figure out what is happening!

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  13. Lalit J

    This Course has everything a developer needs. The instructor has carefully chosen to teach all the best parts of RoR development. Thank you so much.

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  14. eighty

    I went through this material after first completing the Ruby on Rails tutorial by Michael Hartl. So far, this series is greatly explaining the core details of Rails. This course also explained some of the basics of Ruby which I hadn’t memorized. There are some technical issues for Windows users and the discussion forums are nearly empty, but it’s still a pretty good free resource to learn Rails.

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  15. Ronghao Y

    More coding would be great

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  16. M A M H

    The course was good. But some of the tutorials are outdated and faced some difficulties to understand it. But overall a full package and was resourceful.

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  17. William F

    Although some of the things in the course were based on outdated versions of gems which can be irritating, the course itself was a good introduction to the way Ruby works.

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  18. Mbulaheni L M

    challenging but exciting, thank you very much

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  19. Miguel R T

    It’s outdated, but the theory behind the course has been valuable to me.

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  20. sandeep v

    videos are outdated could not work on it

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  21. Faisal k

    i will really like it

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  22. QU D

    This class is pretty intuitive while the materials are a bit outdated.

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  23. Haider H

    The course is out of date. Assignment code is out of date. You have to install outdated gem versions and due to which run into various issues. Also the rspec test is buggy. I had to make changes in rspec test in the boilerplate to make it work.

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  24. Shubham k s

    first of all i want to say about the framework ROR. its really intresting as well as amazing language anybody can learn it very easily and fast. its a career oriented course and mentors deliver concept very nicely . i strongly recomend this particular course. Go for it…

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  25. Dmitri B

    really outdated and completely neglected

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  26. Vincent T

    Great introduction

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  27. Walter J K

    The course is excellent, but some serious work needs to be done on the week 3 grader. I had a very hard time trying to get my project accepted. Also, it’s about time to update to Rails 5.

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  28. Guannan C

    this is my first online course in this field, i will never regret choosing this course. Although there are some problem in the process, I learned to use stack overflow to solve the unexpected problem and learned a lot.

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  29. Bradley G

    I am finishing this course this month. Its been 4 years. I think the instructor is brilliant, the fact that he is Jewish is brilliant. I used to speak Yiddish as a kid, some of his comments are delightful.The course was very useful in that you focus on what is important to expand on later.

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  30. Dariia L

    You know, the course is really good in knowledge. But there are such a lot of blanks you have to figure out when you make you assignment. Well, I had some experience in programming, and only that helped me to pass this course. Too much missed and not explained information. So if you’re a beginner and chose Ruby as a first step this course won’t help you. Also, I understand that the course was done long time ago, and it’s not possible to update videos. I had such a lot of problems with bundles and versions, especially when it comes to assignments. I would like to thank teachers for the support in forums, I got a lot of solutions to my problems in your answer. Not all of them though( Sometimes it was like working with blind eyes.

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  31. Husam F

    About me: I Have some experience with Python, Java, C++. Complete beginner with anything webdev. The lectures (5 stars): The lectures are light, the explanation is clear and concise. Some details are left out but it is probably for the best (…and can be filled in with a little “googling” ). Great for a beginner. The SW Installation and coursework (1 star): A good part of the SW instructions seem grossly out dated. For the final course assignment: 1 I ended up ditching “http://railsinstaller.org/en” and installed an up to date version of each component individually. Also, I ditched “phantomJS” & used “http://chromedriver.chromium.org/” instead. Took me +10 hours….

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  32. Mohammed H

    Nice course for person with a little background in programming in Java or C++

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  33. Aurelien L

    The assignments are very easy and cover less than 20% of the course’s content, so the certificate hasn’t much value.

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  34. Ritesh K

    Wonderful full stack framework… !!

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  35. Bryan E

    Do NOT pay money for this course! The grader and examples are so out of date and the ruby / rails ecosystem is so broken you’ll spend most of your time trying to resolve bundler conflicts. I was absolutely unable to get a working environment for the end of this course. Spend your money and time else where.

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  36. Oyelekan O

    Amazing course

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  37. Hassan Z

    Learn by doing! a good introduction to RoR!

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  38. huzefa s

    The course has really helped me to learn ruby on rails which is a complex application development technique in a very simple manner. All the modules and assignments in the course are developed keeping the end user in mind and to enhance his/her development skills and understanding of this course. I would highly recommend this course to anyone who would want to learn ruby on rails and develop his.her development skills in this platform

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  39. Daniel B d A

    The course is great for a first view of Web Development, but It should have more detailed content.

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  40. Joyesh D

    superb course

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  41. Hao L

    The lectures were good, but the installation instructions and final assignments were based on obsolete packages and wasted a lot of my time.

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  42. Alejandro L C

    Excelent course!

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  43. Nicolas A T

    It is a really nice course, the instructor explains the subjects very well, the only problem is the API used on the exercises is not available anymore and the last exercise requires rails 4 and it’s kind of difficult to find out why the exercise is not approved even though the tests are passing locally.

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  44. Luis A A C

    Excellent course, very well explained. It is a pity that the web site where the api needed for the last assignment was not working.

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  45. Benjamin S

    Spent more time sorting out gem dependencies than doing the actual work and the external API service to pass the assignment is no longer working so that also restricted my ability to learn. Course content and lectures are really great though and very easy to follow.

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  46. Ted H

    Ruby is a magical language. Literally. So much in Ruby appears to happen by magic that it is actually very disconcerting to a more traditional programmers (like me) who can trace every call back to its source. With Ruby (or more precisely with Rails) you have to let go and have faith that the magic will somehow achieve your objectives. This course does a great job of introducing you to how the magic works, and starts unveiling what’s behind the curtain. A great introduction to the language!

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  47. Guiomar J V

    Outdated content, deprecated APIs on assignments, bad support, not great videos. Overall, more udemy quality than udacity, coursera is quality is clearly slipping since its great starts

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  48. Dario A

    Installation is obsolete. Homework is dependent on a web site that’s been closed so it’s impossible to do. Very disappointing.

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  49. Marcel B

    Uses outdated Ruby version. Assignments rely on third party APIs that have been shutdown.

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  50. Maen M

    A good chance to learn many things at once

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  51. Ahmed G

    Although the lecturer is very engaging, the material hasn’t been updated in 4 years.

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  52. Albert M

    What a way to start off my new found favorite web language to specialize in. Such a hearty class. Learned a lot and can’t wait for more.

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  53. Bhushan C M

    Amazing Course made by Professor Kalman Hazins. Lot of dedication by him. The code used are up to date. And one will always find him on discussion forum for answering doubts which was a great thing. This course will give you good amount knowledge and hands on pratice on Git, Ruby programming language, Rails framework and also you get to deploy a website on Heroku. You will also create website which uses only API for data and another app in which you will database for data. Best place for beginners to start their career in Web Development.

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  54. Hanna B

    Good basics

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  55. Kerollos M T

    This course helped me start learning Ruby and RoR. It’s a great start. a little outdated. If it gets updated to newer versions of Ruby and RoR, It will be awesome.

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  56. Bruce D

    Withdrawing. This is so old there are lots of version incompatibilities and from the looks of posts in the forum it takes days to sort things out.

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  57. Katelynne E

    This is not a beginner course. Lecture material does not support nor match the difficulty of the assignments.

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