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Learning Ruby on Rails


Ruby on Rails (RoR), or Rails, is an open-source popular web application framework. Rails uses Ruby, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create a web application that runs on a web server. Rails uses the model-view-controller (MVC) pattern and provides a fullstack of libraries from the database all the way to the view

Version Release Date
5.1.2 2017-06-26
5.0 2016-06-30
4.2 2014-12-19
4.1 2014-04-08
4.0 2013-06-25
3.2 2012-01-20
3.1 2011-08-31
3.0 2010-08-29
2.3 2009-03-16
2.0 2007-12-07
1.2 2007-01-19
1.1 2006-03-28

Ruby on Rails is a server-side web application development framework written in Ruby language by David Heinemeier Hansson. It allows you to write less code than other languages and frameworks. It includes everything needed to create database-backed web applications according to MVC pattern.

It is opinionated software. There are two major guiding principles:

Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY): DRY is a principle of software development which states that “Every piece of knowledge must have an authoritative, unambiguous, single representation within a system. If same piece of code will not repeat again and again, code will be more maintainable, extensible and less buggy.
Convention Over Configuration (CoC): It provides different opinions for the best way to do many things in a web application.

Course Curriculum

Introduction to Rails IDE
Rails IDE 00:00:00
Rails Scripts 00:00:00
Rail Database
Rails Save Record into Database 00:00:00

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