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And with over a million websites built on Ruby on Rails, including Airbnb, Shopify, Kickstarter and Hulu, there are plenty of advantages to those site owners to withstand the urge to use newer, flashier languages like Python for their new development rather than sticking with their stable in-place pro in Ruby on Rails.
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While even newcomers will be up to speed by the end of those two courses, the Intermediate Ruby on Rails 6 training takes that knowledge to the next level. Here, learners confront more elaborate Ruby build questions, such as authentication with Devise, generator usage, Ajax, external APIs, secure credential management, and more. And since it wouldn’t be training without an adequate test, students are then tasked with making their own financial tracker social media app.
Finally, Web App Development Fundamentals with Ruby on Rails 6 offers more tactics for helping Ruby users construct fast prototypes, then get them up and working. Then ActionCable and Real-Time Features with Ruby on Rails explores the ActionCable library, a powerful tool for getting real-time features into your site, like a customer service chatroom.
A $1,000 package of training, this complete Ruby on Rails tutorial is available now for just $35.99.
Prices are subject to change.
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