The Complete Ruby on Rails Developer Course (2015)

The Complete Ruby on Rails Developer Course (2015)

Udemy – The Complete Ruby on Rails Developer Course (2015)
WEBRip | MP4/AVC, ~275 kb/s | 1280 x 720 | English: AAC, 48.0 kb/s (2 ch), 44.1 KHz | 4.59 GB
Genre: Development / Web Development | Language: English | +Project Files

The Complete Ruby on Rails Developer Course provides a thorough introduction to Web Applications Development using the wildly popular Ruby on Rails framework. With over 22 hours of engaging video lectures and text follow-up lectures with directions, references and all the code used in the videos, this course is designed to take students with no programming/web development experience to accomplished Ruby on Rails developers while being just as useful for students who have experience coding in Rails and want to take their skills to the next level or students who are making the the switch to Ruby on Rails from other frameworks.


Why Ruby on Rails? Since its introduction, Ruby on Rails has rapidly become one of the most powerful and popular tools for building web applications for both startups and existing software houses. Some of the top sites using Ruby on Rails are Basecamp, Twitter, Shopify, Github, LivingSocial, Groupon, Hulu, Airbnb, Yellow Pages and much more. Ruby on Rails developers command some of the highest salaries in the development world and are in high demand.

This course takes a very structured approach of teaching Rails starting with Ruby – the programming language behind Rails. Everything from "Hello World" to Object Oriented Programming is covered. Students acquire skills rapidly utilizing homework assignments, quizzes, coding exercises and free web based resources alongside the video lectures. The text lectures also provide reference material after each video, it’s like having multiple books in addition to the videos to guide students through the course.

At first all the code is done from scratch limiting the use of shortcuts and generators so students can understand what’s really going on under the hood of Rails applications and can design them the way they want. Then with solid knowledge and understanding already in place, rapid prototyping methods are introduced in later parts of the course, showing use of generators and scaffolding.

Some key features of this course are:
– 214 lectures and 22+ hours of video content
– Ruby programming from writing your first program to say "Hello World" to Object Oriented Programming while building multiple mini-projects along the way
– Rails 4 using cloud-based Integrated Development Environment so no setup necessary
– Git for version control, Github as code repository, Heroku for production deployment
– Working with Amazon Web Services S3 bucket for storage, Sendgrid for production email functionality
– Custom credit card form creation and working with Stripe API to implement payment processing functionality
– Rails MVC structure in-depth – Models, Views, Controllers
– Design and conceptualization using wireframing tools
– Building authentication systems from scratch using default Rails stack, including admin feature, log in/logout and signup at first, then learning how to use Devise and then extend the basic functionality provided by Devise to customize it and speed up authentication systems
– Ajax, Jquery, javascript – all 3 used in different parts of the course!
– Bootstrap for UI styling
– Learning to build test suites by writing Unit, Functional and Integration tests
– Migrations, one-to-many and complex many-to-many associations at the database layer and implementation with Rails using ActiveRecord
– much, much more!

What are the requirements?

  • Modern browser and internet connection
  • No prior programming or web app development experience of any kind necessary


What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 214 lectures and 24 hours of content!
  • Learn how to rapidly prototype ideas and turn them into presentable apps
  • Become a Professional Ruby on Rails developer
  • Design and build virtually any web app you can imagine
  • Apply for jobs at software companies as Ruby on Rails developer


What is the target audience?

  • Anyone who wants to be a web app developer: This is a complete course which starts with Ruby and ends with creating multiple web apps with Rails.
  • Anyone who wants to learn to code: Ruby is a language built with programmer happiness in mind
  • Anyone who wants to bring their web app ideas to life
  • Anyone who wants to start their own startup with their own apps


Curriculum
Section 1: Introduction and Setup
Lecture 1 Introduction 03:53
Introduction to the course, instructor and brief overview of what is covered

Lecture 2 Course Structure, Overview and best way to use the course 04:41
Learn how to use the resources provided in the course, including video and text files. Also learn about the different sections and content

Lecture 3 Ruby on Rails Development Environment overview 02:22
Decide whether to sign up for online Integrated Development Environment or to develop locally

Lecture 4 Sign up for Integrated Development Environment 08:04
Sign up for an online Integrated Development Environment with nitrous, a reputed IDE provider, that comes with all the tools necessary, pre-installed, to get started with Ruby on Rails

Lecture 5 Setup Local Development Environment 14:56
How to setup local development environment if students choose not to use an online Integrated Development Environment which will be used during the course (this method is suggested for Mac users only)

Lecture 6 Get familiar with IDE and wrap up Section 1 13:12
Get familiar with and learn to use the Integrated Development Environment and wrap up section 1

Section 2: The Ruby Programming Language
Lecture 7 Introduction to Section 2 and Ruby 14:24
Introduction to Ruby – the language. Learn and write the first program to say "Hello World" in Ruby!

Lecture 8 Introduction to Ruby – Text with directions, references and code Text
Text code as follow-up for lecture on introduction to Ruby

Lecture 9 Working with Strings 19:42
Working with Strings in Ruby

Lecture 10 Working with Strings – Text with directions, references and code Text
Working with Strings in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 11 Homework Solution: Analyzer program code Text
Text code for the Analyzer program homework assignment

Lecture 12 Working with numbers 15:33
Working with numbers and methods in Ruby

Lecture 13 Working with numbers – Text with directions, references and code Text
Working with numbers in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 14 Homework Solution: Working with numbers – Analyzer Text
Text code for homework solution for working with numbers – Advanced Analyzer Program

Lecture 15 Methods and Branching 19:48
More methods and branching techniques in Ruby

Lecture 16 Methods and Branching – Text with directions, references and code Text
More methods and branching techniques in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 17 Arrays and Iterators 18:39
Working with arrays and iterators in Ruby

Lecture 18 Arrays and Iterators – Text with directions, references and code Text
Working with arrays and iterators in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 19 Hashes 12:53
Working with hashes in Ruby

Lecture 20 Hashes – Text with directions, references and code Text
Working with hashes in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 21 Ruby Style Guide 03:35
A guide to styling in Ruby (indentation, tabs, spaces and more)

Lecture 22 Ruby Style Guide – Text with directions and references Text
Ruby styling – text with directions and references

Lecture 23 Homework Assignment: Area code dictionary 07:46
Homework assignment to build an area code dictionary using a hash structure

Lecture 24 Homework Assignment: Area code dictionary – Text directions Text
Text instructions for Homework Assignment to build an area code dictionary

Lecture 25 Solution: Area code dictionary 11:13
Solution to the homework assignment to build an area code dictionary

Lecture 26 Solution: Area code dictionary – Text version Text
Solution to homework assignment of creating an area code dictionary – text version

Lecture 27 Practice what you have learnt 01:21
Try ruby to practice ruby skills acquired so far

Lecture 28 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 19:15
Classes, Objects, Instance variables and more

Lecture 29 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming – Text directions, refs and code Text
Text directions, references and code for intro to object oriented programming – working with classes, objects, instance variables and more

Lecture 30 Inheritance and Modules 10:00
Introduction to inheritance and modules in Ruby

Lecture 31 Inheritance and Modules – Text directions, references and code Text
Introduction to inheritance and modules in ruby – text directions, references and code

Lecture 32 Final Ruby Project – working with JSON 15:19
Final project in Ruby – working with JSON objects to wrap up section 2

Lecture 33 Text solution for Ruby Project – working with JSON Text
Solution to final Ruby project of working with JSON objects – text

Quiz 1 Ruby Quiz 5 questions
Section 3: Introduction to Ruby on Rails
Lecture 34 Introduction to Section 3 and Ruby on Rails kickoff 06:46
Introducing the Ruby on Rails framework

Lecture 35 Ruby on Rails kickoff – Text directions and references Text
Text follow-up for Intro to Section 3 and Ruby on Rails kickoff

Lecture 36 Model, View, Controller and Rails App Structure 19:54
Structure of a Rails application explained

Lecture 37 Model, View, Controller and Rails App Structure – Text references Text
Text follow-up to lecture on MVC structure of Rails applications

Lecture 38 Learn and practice HTML – Homework Assignment 02:43
Lecture with resources to learn HTML, and a homework assignment

Quiz 2 Create an HTML paragraph element 1 question
Quiz 3 Create an unordered list 1 question
Lecture 39 Route, Controller, Home and Homework Assignment! 16:23
Learn how to build a route, add a controller and actions

Lecture 40 Solution to Homework Assignment Text
Step by step directions and solution to homework assignment assigned in the last video

Lecture 41 Root Route, Git and Version Control 15:17
Creating a root route, introduction to Git, version control and using git for version control

Lecture 42 Root Route, Git and Version Control – Text directions and references Text
Text directions and references for root route, git and version control with git

Lecture 43 Setup Github Repository 12:24
Setup an remote code repository using Github and push local code to the repository

Lecture 44 Setup Github Repository – Text directions and references Text
Text directions and references for setting up online code repository

Lecture 45 Production Deploy! 12:13
Deploy app to production using Heroku

Lecture 46 Production Deploy – Text directions, references and code Text
Text directions for deploying app to production using Heroku

Lecture 47 CRUD, Scaffold and Wrap Section 3 18:37
Intro to Create, Read, Update and Delete database operations, scaffold generators and wrap up Section 3

Lecture 48 CRUD and Scaffold – Text directions, references and code Text
Text directions, references and code for CRUD database operations and scaffold generators

Quiz 4 Rails basics 3 questions
Section 4: CRUD Operations in Ruby on Rails
Lecture 49 Preview of Alpha Blog App 05:49
Preview of application built over next few sections

Lecture 50 Introduction to Section 4: Models, Migrations and Rails Console 19:37
Introduction to working with models, rails console and generating migrations to create tables

Lecture 51 Intro to Models, Migrations and Rails Console – Text directions and references Text
Text directions and references for working with models, migrations and the rails console

Lecture 52 Edit, Delete and Validations 11:53
Edit and delete actions, along with validations from the rails console

Lecture 53 Edit, Delete and Validations – Text directions and code Text
Text directions for working with edit and delete actions, along with validations from the rails console

Lecture 54 Create New Articles from UI 18:33
Add ability to create new articles from the browser

Lecture 55 Create New Articles from UI – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for creating new articles from the browser

Lecture 56 Complete New and Show Actions 14:55
Fix new and add show action for articles

Lecture 57 Complete New and Show Actions – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for fixing new action and adding show action

Lecture 58 Edit Articles 08:20
Add edit action for articles

Lecture 59 Edit Articles – Text directions and code Text
Text directions for editing articles action

Lecture 60 List Articles and Layout Links 13:29
Articles listing feature and working with links

Lecture 61 List Articles and Layout Links – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for listing articles feature and working with layout links

Lecture 62 Destroy and Partials 12:40
Add the destroy action and work with partials

Lecture 63 Destroy and Partials – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for destroy action and working with partials

Lecture 64 Deploy and Wrap Section 4 15:35
Before action, deploy to prod and wrap up section 4

Lecture 65 Deploy and Wrap Section 4 – Text directions, references and code Text
Text directions, references and code for deploying to prod and homework assignment to learn about bootstrap and CSS

Quiz 5 Rails UI 3 questions
Quiz 6 Define a style to set the font color 1 question
Quiz 7 Define a style to remove underlines from all hyperlinks 1 question
Section 5: Styling for your Rails Application
Lecture 66 Introduction to Section 5 04:27
Introduction to styling and mockups

Lecture 67 Install Bootstrap 06:22
Add bootstrap gem to application for styling

Lecture 68 Install Bootstrap – Text directions, references and code Text
Text directions, references and code for installing bootstrap-sass

Lecture 69 Build Homepage 18:43
Build homepage and navigation

Lecture 70 Complete Homepage – Footer and Image 16:19
Finish homepage by adding footer and image

Lecture 71 Complete Homepage – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for completing homepage

Lecture 72 Style Form Template 18:15
Add bootstrap styling to the form template

Lecture 73 Style Form Template – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for styling the form partial

Lecture 74 Style Messages 16:39
Add styling to messages and error displays

Lecture 75 Style Messages – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for styling messages and errors

Lecture 76 Style Show View 11:06
Add styling to the show view

Lecture 77 Style Show View – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for styling show template

Lecture 78 Style List View 10:13
Add styling to the articles listing view

Lecture 79 Style List View – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for styling articles listing view

Lecture 80 Deploy to Production and Wrap Section 5 05:36
Deploy the app to production and wrap up section 5

Lecture 81 Deploy to Production – Text directions and references Text
Text directions for deploying to production and homework reading assignment

Quiz 8 Rails front-end styling 3 questions
Section 6: Associations and Authentication Systems
Lecture 82 Intro to Section 6 and Associations 14:09
Introduction to associations between models

Lecture 83 Create Users 10:14
Create User model and users table

Lecture 84 Create Users – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for creating User model and users table using feature branch

Lecture 85 Add User Validations 15:45
Add validations to User model

Lecture 86 Add User Validations – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for adding validations to User model

Lecture 87 One to Many Association 19:41
Add a one-to-many association between users and articles

Lecture 88 One to Many Association – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code to adding a one-to-many association between users and articles

Lecture 89 Show User Info in Articles 09:39
Show user data in articles

Lecture 90 Show User Info in Articles – Text directions and code Text
Text directions for showing user info in articles

Lecture 91 Add Secure Password 09:59
Add secure passwords to users for authentication system

Lecture 92 Add Secure Password – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for intro to authentication with adding secure passwords to users

Lecture 93 New User Signup 15:33
Add new user signup form and signup and create new users

Lecture 94 New User Signup – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for new user signup

Lecture 95 Edit Users 12:35
Add ability to edit existing users

Lecture 96 Edit Users – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for editing existing users

Lecture 97 Show User and Profile Image 15:52
Add ability to display users profile with a gravatar image

Lecture 98 Show User and Profile Image – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for showing user profiles with gravatar image

Lecture 99 Add Users Index 14:02
Add a users listing page

Lecture 100 Add Users Index – Text directions and code Text
Text directions for adding a users index page

Quiz 9 Rails actions, authentication and associations 4 questions
Section 7: Stock Tracker Social Media App
Quiz 10 Declare a variable and assign it a string value 1 question
Quiz 11 Create a simple function which accepts one parameter and returns a computed value 1 question
Quiz 12 Invoke a function 1 question
Quiz 13 Sort the characters of a string in alphabetical order 1 question

The Complete Ruby on Rails Developer Course (2015)

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WEBRip | MP4/AVC, ~275 kb/s | 1280 x 720 | English: AAC, 48.0 kb/s (2 ch), 44.1 KHz | 4.59 GB
Genre: Development / Web Development | Language: English | +Project Files

The Complete Ruby on Rails Developer Course provides a thorough introduction to Web Applications Development using the wildly popular Ruby on Rails framework. With over 22 hours of engaging video lectures and text follow-up lectures with directions, references and all the code used in the videos, this course is designed to take students with no programming/web development experience to accomplished Ruby on Rails developers while being just as useful for students who have experience coding in Rails and want to take their skills to the next level or students who are making the the switch to Ruby on Rails from other frameworks.


Why Ruby on Rails? Since its introduction, Ruby on Rails has rapidly become one of the most powerful and popular tools for building web applications for both startups and existing software houses. Some of the top sites using Ruby on Rails are Basecamp, Twitter, Shopify, Github, LivingSocial, Groupon, Hulu, Airbnb, Yellow Pages and much more. Ruby on Rails developers command some of the highest salaries in the development world and are in high demand.

This course takes a very structured approach of teaching Rails starting with Ruby – the programming language behind Rails. Everything from "Hello World" to Object Oriented Programming is covered. Students acquire skills rapidly utilizing homework assignments, quizzes, coding exercises and free web based resources alongside the video lectures. The text lectures also provide reference material after each video, it’s like having multiple books in addition to the videos to guide students through the course.

At first all the code is done from scratch limiting the use of shortcuts and generators so students can understand what’s really going on under the hood of Rails applications and can design them the way they want. Then with solid knowledge and understanding already in place, rapid prototyping methods are introduced in later parts of the course, showing use of generators and scaffolding.

Some key features of this course are:
– 214 lectures and 22+ hours of video content
– Ruby programming from writing your first program to say "Hello World" to Object Oriented Programming while building multiple mini-projects along the way
– Rails 4 using cloud-based Integrated Development Environment so no setup necessary
– Git for version control, Github as code repository, Heroku for production deployment
– Working with Amazon Web Services S3 bucket for storage, Sendgrid for production email functionality
– Custom credit card form creation and working with Stripe API to implement payment processing functionality
– Rails MVC structure in-depth – Models, Views, Controllers
– Design and conceptualization using wireframing tools
– Building authentication systems from scratch using default Rails stack, including admin feature, log in/logout and signup at first, then learning how to use Devise and then extend the basic functionality provided by Devise to customize it and speed up authentication systems
– Ajax, Jquery, javascript – all 3 used in different parts of the course!
– Bootstrap for UI styling
– Learning to build test suites by writing Unit, Functional and Integration tests
– Migrations, one-to-many and complex many-to-many associations at the database layer and implementation with Rails using ActiveRecord
– much, much more!

What are the requirements?

  • Modern browser and internet connection
  • No prior programming or web app development experience of any kind necessary


What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 214 lectures and 24 hours of content!
  • Learn how to rapidly prototype ideas and turn them into presentable apps
  • Become a Professional Ruby on Rails developer
  • Design and build virtually any web app you can imagine
  • Apply for jobs at software companies as Ruby on Rails developer


What is the target audience?

  • Anyone who wants to be a web app developer: This is a complete course which starts with Ruby and ends with creating multiple web apps with Rails.
  • Anyone who wants to learn to code: Ruby is a language built with programmer happiness in mind
  • Anyone who wants to bring their web app ideas to life
  • Anyone who wants to start their own startup with their own apps


Curriculum
Section 1: Introduction and Setup
Lecture 1 Introduction 03:53
Introduction to the course, instructor and brief overview of what is covered

Lecture 2 Course Structure, Overview and best way to use the course 04:41
Learn how to use the resources provided in the course, including video and text files. Also learn about the different sections and content

Lecture 3 Ruby on Rails Development Environment overview 02:22
Decide whether to sign up for online Integrated Development Environment or to develop locally

Lecture 4 Sign up for Integrated Development Environment 08:04
Sign up for an online Integrated Development Environment with nitrous, a reputed IDE provider, that comes with all the tools necessary, pre-installed, to get started with Ruby on Rails

Lecture 5 Setup Local Development Environment 14:56
How to setup local development environment if students choose not to use an online Integrated Development Environment which will be used during the course (this method is suggested for Mac users only)

Lecture 6 Get familiar with IDE and wrap up Section 1 13:12
Get familiar with and learn to use the Integrated Development Environment and wrap up section 1

Section 2: The Ruby Programming Language
Lecture 7 Introduction to Section 2 and Ruby 14:24
Introduction to Ruby – the language. Learn and write the first program to say "Hello World" in Ruby!

Lecture 8 Introduction to Ruby – Text with directions, references and code Text
Text code as follow-up for lecture on introduction to Ruby

Lecture 9 Working with Strings 19:42
Working with Strings in Ruby

Lecture 10 Working with Strings – Text with directions, references and code Text
Working with Strings in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 11 Homework Solution: Analyzer program code Text
Text code for the Analyzer program homework assignment

Lecture 12 Working with numbers 15:33
Working with numbers and methods in Ruby

Lecture 13 Working with numbers – Text with directions, references and code Text
Working with numbers in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 14 Homework Solution: Working with numbers – Analyzer Text
Text code for homework solution for working with numbers – Advanced Analyzer Program

Lecture 15 Methods and Branching 19:48
More methods and branching techniques in Ruby

Lecture 16 Methods and Branching – Text with directions, references and code Text
More methods and branching techniques in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 17 Arrays and Iterators 18:39
Working with arrays and iterators in Ruby

Lecture 18 Arrays and Iterators – Text with directions, references and code Text
Working with arrays and iterators in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 19 Hashes 12:53
Working with hashes in Ruby

Lecture 20 Hashes – Text with directions, references and code Text
Working with hashes in Ruby – text with directions, references and code

Lecture 21 Ruby Style Guide 03:35
A guide to styling in Ruby (indentation, tabs, spaces and more)

Lecture 22 Ruby Style Guide – Text with directions and references Text
Ruby styling – text with directions and references

Lecture 23 Homework Assignment: Area code dictionary 07:46
Homework assignment to build an area code dictionary using a hash structure

Lecture 24 Homework Assignment: Area code dictionary – Text directions Text
Text instructions for Homework Assignment to build an area code dictionary

Lecture 25 Solution: Area code dictionary 11:13
Solution to the homework assignment to build an area code dictionary

Lecture 26 Solution: Area code dictionary – Text version Text
Solution to homework assignment of creating an area code dictionary – text version

Lecture 27 Practice what you have learnt 01:21
Try ruby to practice ruby skills acquired so far

Lecture 28 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 19:15
Classes, Objects, Instance variables and more

Lecture 29 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming – Text directions, refs and code Text
Text directions, references and code for intro to object oriented programming – working with classes, objects, instance variables and more

Lecture 30 Inheritance and Modules 10:00
Introduction to inheritance and modules in Ruby

Lecture 31 Inheritance and Modules – Text directions, references and code Text
Introduction to inheritance and modules in ruby – text directions, references and code

Lecture 32 Final Ruby Project – working with JSON 15:19
Final project in Ruby – working with JSON objects to wrap up section 2

Lecture 33 Text solution for Ruby Project – working with JSON Text
Solution to final Ruby project of working with JSON objects – text

Quiz 1 Ruby Quiz 5 questions
Section 3: Introduction to Ruby on Rails
Lecture 34 Introduction to Section 3 and Ruby on Rails kickoff 06:46
Introducing the Ruby on Rails framework

Lecture 35 Ruby on Rails kickoff – Text directions and references Text
Text follow-up for Intro to Section 3 and Ruby on Rails kickoff

Lecture 36 Model, View, Controller and Rails App Structure 19:54
Structure of a Rails application explained

Lecture 37 Model, View, Controller and Rails App Structure – Text references Text
Text follow-up to lecture on MVC structure of Rails applications

Lecture 38 Learn and practice HTML – Homework Assignment 02:43
Lecture with resources to learn HTML, and a homework assignment

Quiz 2 Create an HTML paragraph element 1 question
Quiz 3 Create an unordered list 1 question
Lecture 39 Route, Controller, Home and Homework Assignment! 16:23
Learn how to build a route, add a controller and actions

Lecture 40 Solution to Homework Assignment Text
Step by step directions and solution to homework assignment assigned in the last video

Lecture 41 Root Route, Git and Version Control 15:17
Creating a root route, introduction to Git, version control and using git for version control

Lecture 42 Root Route, Git and Version Control – Text directions and references Text
Text directions and references for root route, git and version control with git

Lecture 43 Setup Github Repository 12:24
Setup an remote code repository using Github and push local code to the repository

Lecture 44 Setup Github Repository – Text directions and references Text
Text directions and references for setting up online code repository

Lecture 45 Production Deploy! 12:13
Deploy app to production using Heroku

Lecture 46 Production Deploy – Text directions, references and code Text
Text directions for deploying app to production using Heroku

Lecture 47 CRUD, Scaffold and Wrap Section 3 18:37
Intro to Create, Read, Update and Delete database operations, scaffold generators and wrap up Section 3

Lecture 48 CRUD and Scaffold – Text directions, references and code Text
Text directions, references and code for CRUD database operations and scaffold generators

Quiz 4 Rails basics 3 questions
Section 4: CRUD Operations in Ruby on Rails
Lecture 49 Preview of Alpha Blog App 05:49
Preview of application built over next few sections

Lecture 50 Introduction to Section 4: Models, Migrations and Rails Console 19:37
Introduction to working with models, rails console and generating migrations to create tables

Lecture 51 Intro to Models, Migrations and Rails Console – Text directions and references Text
Text directions and references for working with models, migrations and the rails console

Lecture 52 Edit, Delete and Validations 11:53
Edit and delete actions, along with validations from the rails console

Lecture 53 Edit, Delete and Validations – Text directions and code Text
Text directions for working with edit and delete actions, along with validations from the rails console

Lecture 54 Create New Articles from UI 18:33
Add ability to create new articles from the browser

Lecture 55 Create New Articles from UI – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for creating new articles from the browser

Lecture 56 Complete New and Show Actions 14:55
Fix new and add show action for articles

Lecture 57 Complete New and Show Actions – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for fixing new action and adding show action

Lecture 58 Edit Articles 08:20
Add edit action for articles

Lecture 59 Edit Articles – Text directions and code Text
Text directions for editing articles action

Lecture 60 List Articles and Layout Links 13:29
Articles listing feature and working with links

Lecture 61 List Articles and Layout Links – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for listing articles feature and working with layout links

Lecture 62 Destroy and Partials 12:40
Add the destroy action and work with partials

Lecture 63 Destroy and Partials – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for destroy action and working with partials

Lecture 64 Deploy and Wrap Section 4 15:35
Before action, deploy to prod and wrap up section 4

Lecture 65 Deploy and Wrap Section 4 – Text directions, references and code Text
Text directions, references and code for deploying to prod and homework assignment to learn about bootstrap and CSS

Quiz 5 Rails UI 3 questions
Quiz 6 Define a style to set the font color 1 question
Quiz 7 Define a style to remove underlines from all hyperlinks 1 question
Section 5: Styling for your Rails Application
Lecture 66 Introduction to Section 5 04:27
Introduction to styling and mockups

Lecture 67 Install Bootstrap 06:22
Add bootstrap gem to application for styling

Lecture 68 Install Bootstrap – Text directions, references and code Text
Text directions, references and code for installing bootstrap-sass

Lecture 69 Build Homepage 18:43
Build homepage and navigation

Lecture 70 Complete Homepage – Footer and Image 16:19
Finish homepage by adding footer and image

Lecture 71 Complete Homepage – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for completing homepage

Lecture 72 Style Form Template 18:15
Add bootstrap styling to the form template

Lecture 73 Style Form Template – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for styling the form partial

Lecture 74 Style Messages 16:39
Add styling to messages and error displays

Lecture 75 Style Messages – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for styling messages and errors

Lecture 76 Style Show View 11:06
Add styling to the show view

Lecture 77 Style Show View – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for styling show template

Lecture 78 Style List View 10:13
Add styling to the articles listing view

Lecture 79 Style List View – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for styling articles listing view

Lecture 80 Deploy to Production and Wrap Section 5 05:36
Deploy the app to production and wrap up section 5

Lecture 81 Deploy to Production – Text directions and references Text
Text directions for deploying to production and homework reading assignment

Quiz 8 Rails front-end styling 3 questions
Section 6: Associations and Authentication Systems
Lecture 82 Intro to Section 6 and Associations 14:09
Introduction to associations between models

Lecture 83 Create Users 10:14
Create User model and users table

Lecture 84 Create Users – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for creating User model and users table using feature branch

Lecture 85 Add User Validations 15:45
Add validations to User model

Lecture 86 Add User Validations – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for adding validations to User model

Lecture 87 One to Many Association 19:41
Add a one-to-many association between users and articles

Lecture 88 One to Many Association – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code to adding a one-to-many association between users and articles

Lecture 89 Show User Info in Articles 09:39
Show user data in articles

Lecture 90 Show User Info in Articles – Text directions and code Text
Text directions for showing user info in articles

Lecture 91 Add Secure Password 09:59
Add secure passwords to users for authentication system

Lecture 92 Add Secure Password – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for intro to authentication with adding secure passwords to users

Lecture 93 New User Signup 15:33
Add new user signup form and signup and create new users

Lecture 94 New User Signup – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for new user signup

Lecture 95 Edit Users 12:35
Add ability to edit existing users

Lecture 96 Edit Users – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for editing existing users

Lecture 97 Show User and Profile Image 15:52
Add ability to display users profile with a gravatar image

Lecture 98 Show User and Profile Image – Text directions and code Text
Text directions and code for showing user profiles with gravatar image

Lecture 99 Add Users Index 14:02
Add a users listing page

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