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In One Month Rails, you will join One Month co–founder Mattan Griffel for one month of online interactive learning. You’ll learn how to code your own web apps using the most powerful and user–friendly framework available to web developers, Ruby on Rails.

In this course, you will learn how to build powerful web applications using Ruby on Rails. By the end of the course, you’ll also be able to build and add powerful features to your web apps including creating user accounts, allowing them to upload images and other content, and more.

You’ll need to commit 2–3 hours per week (about 15 minutes per day) to this course. It consists of on–demand videos that you can watch on your own schedule.

In just 30 days, One Month Rails will take you from being a complete beginner to building your first web application – guaranteed!

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One Month is the best place to learn to code. We offer online coding courses (HTML, JavaScript and Python), coaching with members of our team, and free tutorials so that you can feel confident in learning to code. We believe that you shouldn t have to live in New York City or California, and shouldn t need to make over $120,000 to afford the best coding bootcamps. Everyone should have access to knowledge. Everyone should be able to learn how to code. One Month has had over 60,000 students, including employees of Google, Bloomberg L.P., Singularity University and the School of Visual Arts in New York City. If you don't know where to start? We recommend Programming for Non-Programmers. Reach out to us here on Udemy or at teachers@onemonth.com and we'll be glad to help!

Specification: The Essential Ruby on Rails Course for Beginners

Duration 8 hours
Year 2018
Level Beginner
Certificate Yes
Quizzes No

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    Daniel Tinivella

    porque se la merece!

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    Rahi Ra

    The way he is teaching its very comfortable

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    Nevin Herring

    This class is great! the application is fun, and the class pace is great. The instructor doesn’t waste anytime and the videos on average are only about 5 minutes long, so easy to digest. The only thing about the class that you absolutely have to follow is what rails version you use. I used 5.1.5 and I think he uses 5.0.3. Some of the Gems in the final week didn’t work for my application. Other than that, great class and a lot of fun!

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    Rezan Mohammad

    I am in the last section, until now its great course with a clear and calm explanation but you should bear in mind that you’ll not get support from the instructor! and he uses alpha version of bootstrap4 which is bad practice for tutorials or production… if you are on a windows machine(or having trouble with mac and Linux) then please don’t use it for rails. an instructor told me that he in over ten years yet has to meet a rails developer who uses windows (without Linux on it ) because there is a lot of gems not compatible with windows …for this problem and other you might have I recommend: 1) using Cloud9 website to develop instead of windows, basically its an Ubuntu in the cloud with some differences like rails s p $PORT b $IP command instead of the regular rails server . or you could set up a Linux VirtualBox. just google/youtube how to do it. 2) make sure your ruby version is above 2.2 and install the exact rails version he uses, by typing this command in the command line: gem install rails v ‘ > 5.0.0.1’ 3) if you are on cloud9 use git commands from inside the rails app folder (the same folder you run rails server inside), not inside the parent Cloud9 workspace 4) this is optional but you can deploy to Heroku from GitHub directly and select auto deploy option enabled. just in Heroku create a project and choose deploy from GitHub and choose your master branch of your omrails then in same page select auto deploy this way when you git push to GitHub, your project on Heroku will automatically update/deploy from GitHub so you have only to type git push and don’t have to type git push heroku master too.. this way is much easier !! but remember you still have to add Heroku as a remote repository and have Heroku Toolbelt installed in cloud9(or your Linux machine),in order to run Heroku commands.( just google it) 5) when making migrate on your machine you have to migrate on Heroku too. so every time rails db:migrate you have also to heroku run rails db:migrate 6) there are differences between alpha bootstrap 4 and the current version. just look at the bootstrap documentation 7) if you see the controllers generated by scaffolding have no actions then write them as you see in the lessons.

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    Nguyen Tin

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    Leong Soon Choy

    Please help to make the text ‘bigger’ when the instructor types

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    Steve M

    It is outdated, and will waste hours of your time with errors generated from the instructions vs current versions issues creating errors.

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    Ebenezer Anand Arapally

    delayed response or no response to questions asked. But apart from that good tutorial for new beginners.

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    Bobby jenkins

    I had never used anything with the command line and I just downloaded a linux distro on my other computer and I think I’ll use some commmands on it

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    Amit Kumar

    This tutorial helped me lot in better way to understand ruby on rails concept and how it works. Also understood how Bootstrap works. The tutor is good and he speaks not too fast not too slow which i liked the most and the way of explanation is very good. Really worth to take this course, I would recommend every beginners to start with this course first. All the best!

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    Oscar Javier Fabra Suarez

    It is a good course. Recommended for beginners. However, it’s a little bit outdated. Bootstrap and several gems won’t work as used in the videos, so you’ll have to figure out many things on your own. I liked the practicality and repetition of things that Mattan goes through to explain concepts. You certainly get a grasp of what coding with Rails is all about.

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    Krystle Leach

    greate so far

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    John Spivey

    I have never had success setting up my environment until now. The instructions are easy to follow and helpful. I have learned enough at this very early stage to be encouraged and motivated.

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    Nancy Nguyen

    Thank you for this course! I ran it at 1.5x and it was a great pace for me to complete over the holidays. There were some parts that were a little outdated so I went in on my own to try and figure out updated methods of incorporating some of the material. Some bugs I ran into that he didn’t, and vice versa, but overall everything was explained very concisely and sticking to the bounds of the course material really piqued my interest in developing deeper knowledge and skills in developing in ROR… Thanks again.

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