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Twitteer App, Ruby on Rails

 

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Requirements
  • Basic understanding of the Ruby on Rails framework
 
Description

You’ll learn how to code your own twitteeer web application using the most powerful and user-friendly framework available to web developers, Ruby on Rails.

We will use next Frameworks systems and libraries:

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  • Ruby on Rails version 5.1.4 and ruby 2.4.2
  • Heroku service to deploy our application

What are the requirements?

  • Basic understanding of the Ruby on Rails framework
  • Basic knowledge of HTML/CSS
  • Have a Ruby on Rails setup on your system

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Build custom Ruby on Rails video subscription application
  • Use Bootstrap 4 for your Rails app
  • Deploy to Heroku
  • Installing Devise
  • Adding Users with Devise
  • Exploring Our New Devise Functionality
  • Creating a User Dashboard
  • Sign Up and Sign In Links
  • Customize Devise Routes
  • Redesigning the Sign and Sign Up Pages
  • Pushing Our Code to Heroku
  • Creating a Scaffold
  • Resources in Rails
  • Exploring Tweet Views
  • Associating Tweets and Users
  • Creating Tweets Through Current User
  • Forcing People to Log In
  • Replicating Twitter Styling
  • Add Gravatar Image
Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to how twiteer application is build
 
 
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