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Simple Ruby on Rails 5 REST API From Scratch
 
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In this video I will show you how to create a very simple REST API from scratch using Ruby on Rails 5. We will be able to make requests to perform CRUD on articles stored in a MySQL database. We will install the mysql2 gem along with the faker gem to randomly generate content. CODE: Code for this video https://github.com/bradtraversy/simple-rails-rest SUPPORT: We spend massive amounts of time creating these free videos, please donate to show your support: http://www.paypal.me/traversymedia http://www.patreon.com/traversymedia FOLLOW TRAVERSY MEDIA: http://www.facebook.com/traversymedia http://www.twitter.com/traversymedia http://www.instagram.com/traversymedia MY EDUONIX COURSES: Please use affiliate links from website below http://www.traversymedia.com/eduonix-courses
Views: 62013 Traversy Media
Rails 5 JSON API with JSONAPI-resources
 
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I wanted to try this gem out. Here's a super basic API I created to do just that :) jsonapi-resources: https://github.com/cerebris/jsonapi-resources CURL COMMANDS: // For creating a user: curl -i -H "Accept: application/vnd.api+json" -H 'Content-Type:application/vnd.api+json' -X POST -d '{"data": {"type":"users", "attributes":{"name":"Consuela"}}}' http://localhost:3000/users // For creating a post that belongs to contact with id of 1: curl -i -H "Accept: application/vnd.api+json" -H 'Content-Type:application/vnd.api+json' -X POST -d '{ "data": { "type": "posts", "relationships": { "user": { "data": { "type": "users", "id": "1" } } }, "attributes": { "title": "Laughter Post", "content": "HAHAHA" } } }' http://localhost:3000/posts
Views: 11680 LINUXANDCHILL
Создаем API на Ruby on Rails с нуля! + автотесты
 
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Для новичков в Rails, которые хотят научиться создавать API на Ruby on Rails для мобильных и JavaScript приложений и покрывать его автотестами. Используем только встроенные в Rails инструменты. Прога для создание любых запросов вручную: https://www.getpostman.com/
Views: 1055 Vitaly Liber
Rails: Namespacing our Controllers Part 1
 
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We begin modularizing our controllers. We begin extracting our authentication system into its own module and refactoring parts of the code to support the new module.
Views: 3092 Codemy School
Rails API: Setting up Basic CRUD - [002]
 
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#RUBYONRAILS #CRUD #API In this episode we show you how to setup the basic CRUD for our front-end app. We begin by generating the model, then the routes and controller to enable the endpoints to be accessed by our react app. Rails API Series: https://www.codemy.net/sets/rails-api
Views: 15006 Codemy School
Rails API: Token Authentication Part 1 - [006]
 
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#RUBYONRAILS #API #JWT We show you how to setup token authentication in your rails app. We use devise to do the authentication and we install another gem to help us with enabling token authentication in our app! Rails API Series: https://www.codemy.net/sets/rails-api Next Episode: https://www.codemy.net/posts/rails-api-token-authentication-part-2-007
Views: 22978 Codemy School
RailsConf 2017: Perusing the Rails Source Code - A Beginners Guide by Alex Kitchens
 
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RailsConf 2017: Perusing the Rails Source Code - A Beginners Guide by Alex Kitchens Open source projects like Rails are intimidating, especially as a beginner. It’s hard to look at the code and know what it does. But Ruby on Rails is more than just code. Written into it are years of research, discussions, and motivations. Also written into it are bugs, typos, and all of the pieces that make the code human. This talk outlines steps you can take to explore the inner workings of Rails and gain context on its design. Understanding how Rails works will allow you to write better Rails applications and better Ruby code. You will leave with many resources and tips on perusing Rails.
Views: 6049 Confreaks
003: How to Deploy Your Rails App
 
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In this video I show you how to deploy your Rails application and get it live on the web! I use week 11 of my 12 in 12 challenge, the notenote application, as an example. In this tutorial, we deploy our application to Ninefold. Ninefold is Rails only hosting provider that is a nice compromise between ease of deployment and management and costs (Note: Ninefold is a bit cheaper than Heroku). You can follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/mackenziechild Visit my website: http://mackenziechild.me Newsletter: http://macke.nz/3P08031c0r12
Views: 30131 Mackenzie Child
Ruby on Rails Tutorial Part 7 - CRUD - Update - Update Attributes Method
 
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In this Ruby on Rails Tutorial we'll learn how to update a post using the update_attributes method. In this video I'm using Rails 3.1 and Ruby 1.9.2 on Linux. The source code for this video should be available on my site within a few days: http://www.andrews-custom-web-design.com/
Views: 22722 andrewperk
Dynamically-generated route helpers for RESTful resources
 
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When we set up RESTful routes for a resource, the Rails routing system not only arranges to setup URIs for each of the RESTful controller actions, but also dynamically generates (using metaprogramming) helper methods like `new_movie_path()` that return the correct URI for use in views, as the accompanying figure shows.
Views: 11 saasbook
REST JSON APIs on Rails: Create Rails API-only application. Episode #3
 
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Create Rails API-only application to build JSON REST APIs In this episode I will show you how to create a rails api-only application and build a couple of REST APIs that are JSON. I will be using docker and docker-compose to create and run the rails api application. For JSON views I will be using jbuilder gem which has a good DSL syntax. I will use rails scaffold to generate some APIs and then make a few changes to the JSON views to walk though some of the jbuilder structures. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Source code: https://github.com/ec-codecasts/e3-apis-on-rails ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Related episodes: ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Related episodes: #4 - APIs On Rails: Add pagination to an API https://youtu.be/DgfTbTB5ypQ #1 - Rails on Docker: Create and run Rails app using Docker https://youtu.be/a-jcTib9ZPA ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Docker rails template: https://github.com/ec-codecasts/docker-rails-template Copy of commands: https://github.com/ec-codecasts/e3-apis-on-rails/blob/master/README.md Reference: http://edgeguides.rubyonrails.org/api_app.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Author: Chandra Shettigar | Producer of www.devteds.com | Software Engineer with over decade of experience writing softwares - web & mobile apps. https://devteds.com, https://www.linkedin.com/in/shettigarc, https://twitter.com/shettigar
Views: 2789 Chandra Shettigar
Setting Up Ruby  [ Ruby on Rails from the Ground Up - 2/5 ]
 
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This is episode 2 of 5 in the DevTips Ruby on Rails from the ground up series. In this episode we go step by step through setting up your Rails development evironment with everything you'll need to start building Rails applications. This video is specific to Mac OS X users *(The setup is a little bit different between each operating system)*. If you're on a Windows or Linux operating system, I've listed a few resources below to get you started. **Links for Windows or Linux users** - [GoRails Guides](https://gorails.com/setup/ubuntu/15.04) - [InstallRails](http://installrails.com/) - [Rails Installer](http://www.railsinstaller.org/en) **Applications** - [Google Chrome](https://www.google.com/chrome/) - [iTerm2](https://www.iterm2.com/) - [Sublime Text](http://www.sublimetext.com/) **Software** - [Homebrew](http://brew.sh/) - [rbenv](https://github.com/sstephenson/rbenv) - [Ruby](https://www.ruby-lang.org/) - [Ruby on Rails](http://rubyonrails.org/) - [Ruby version not changing / stack overflow fix thread](http://stackoverflow.com/a/16216746) - - - This video was sponsored by the DevTips Patron Community - https://www.patreon.com/DevTips Listen to Travis' Podcast - http://www.travandlos.com/ Get awesomeness emailed to you every thursday - http://travisneilson.com/notes You should follow DevTips on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DevTipsShow
Views: 39912 DevTips
Episode #042 - FullCalendar Events and Scheduling
 
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For Recurring Events, checkout the Episode 94 - https://www.driftingruby.com/episodes/recurring-events-with-fullcalendar Learn how to incorporate FullCalendar into your Ruby on Rails application with listing and creating events. Using unobtrusive javascript, we can create a fast interactive calendar. https://www.driftingruby.com/episodes/fullcalendar-events-and-scheduling
Views: 138634 Drifting Ruby
Rails API: Generating an API Only Rails App - [001]
 
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In this episode we do a brief review of what we have so far for the front end and move over to generate the back end rails app that will serve our front-end. Rails API Series: https://www.codemy.net/sets/rails-api
Views: 21745 Codemy School
Ruby On Rails In 60 Minutes
 
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In this video we will cover all of the fundamentals of the Ruby on Rails framework by building a blog application with comment functionality Routes Controllers Models Views Resources Relationships Database Migrations Basic Ruby Code RAILS PROJECTS COURSE - https://www.eduonix.com/affiliates/id/16-10051 LEARN RAILS FROM SCRATCH - https://www.eduonix.com/affiliates/id/16-10055 SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL WITH A CUP OF COFFEE PER MONTH: http://www.patreon.com/traversymedia ONE TIME DONATIONS: http://www.paypal.me/traversymedia
Views: 316944 Traversy Media
Rails API Series: Our First API
 
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Check out https://gorails.com for Pro episodes and more!
Views: 10374 GoRails
Rails API: JSON Web Token Part 1 - [035]
 
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In this episode we introduce you to JSON Web Token (JWT). We take you through the process of generating a token and also take a look at how to use the JWT.io debugger to verify our token. Next Episode: https://www.codemy.net/posts/rails-api-json-web-token-part-2-036 Rails API Series: https://www.codemy.net/channels/rails-api
Views: 4200 Codemy School
rails backend api
 
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Views: 532 Evans Wang
If Minecraft REDSTONE was Replaced by RAILS!
 
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LEAVE A LIKE if you enjoyed this NOT redstone video! Today we take a look at what Minecraft would be like if we replaced all redstone wires with Minecart rails! It's a challenge! The Mumbo Merch Store! It's beautiful! http://www.awin1.com/cread.php?awinmid=2549&awinaffid=402161&clickref=Mumbo+Link&p=https%3A%2F%2Fus.zavvi.com%2Fyour-store%2Fthat-mumbo-jumbo.list Become a Patron for a spot on the Patreon Server! https://www.patreon.com/ThatMumboJumbo My INSANE PC was kindly provided by Chillblast, a company specialising in Performance systems. We have a full range available with 3 systems of varying price and power! Check them out here: www.chillblast.com/mumbojumbo My server is kindly provide by CubedHost free of charge! Click this link to get a 25% discount off one of their servers! http://cubedhost.com/thatmumbojumbo 2ND CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/thatmumbojumbo2 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ThatMumboJumbo INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/officialmumbo OFFICIAL MUMBO JUMBO PCS: https://www.chillblast.com/mumbo-jumbo-official-computers.html ------------------------------------------------- My texture pack is Faithful and Codecrafted combined. Faithful: http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/resource-packs/1223254-faithful-32x32-pack-update-load-of-new-ctm-1-7 CodeCrafted: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TL2IKidhWb4 Intro: ProleteR - Can't Stop Me outro: ProleteR - April Showers http://www.youtube.com/user/proleterbeats https://www.facebook.com/ProleteR.beats http://proleter.bandcamp.com/ Timelapse: LAKEY INSPIRED https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired Upload Schedule: Tuesday - Redstone Wednesday - Hermitcraft Thursday - Redstone Friday - Hermitcraft Saturday - Redstone Sunday - Hermitcraft
Views: 757519 Mumbo Jumbo
Rails Routes Tutorial - A MUST For RoR Devs :)
 
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In this Ruby on Rails tutorial, we cover the core aspects of Rails routing. Starting with the basics, we will demonstrate standard HTTP requests, followed by redirects, :id and more advanced routing topics. An excellent primer for a new Ruby on Rails developer. Please Consider Supporting This Channel via Subscribing: http://goo.gl/HDo2G0 -- Extra Content I Suggest -- Book: "Clean Code" - Robert C. Martin - https://www.amazon.com/Clean-Code-Handbook-Software-Craftsmanship/dp/0132350882/?tag=devfactor-20 Sign Up for Monthly (non-spam) updates: http://www.devfactor.io Support Us:https://www.patreon.com/devfactor Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/andhofmt #programming #code
Views: 4146 DevFactor
Rails API: Setting up Devise Authentication - [004]
 
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#RUBYONRAILS #API #DEVISE In this episode we show you how to setup devise authentication that we will use with our API. Rails API Series: https://www.codemy.net/sets/rails-api
Views: 18273 Codemy School
Rails API: API Tools Overview - [005]
 
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We introduce you to 3 clients that will make developing apis much easier. We talk about paw.cloud, httpie and postman in this episode. Rails API Series: https://www.codemy.net/sets/rails-api
Views: 7878 Codemy School
Rails API: User Creation Endpoint - [014]
 
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Rails API Series: https://www.codemy.net/channels/rails-api In this episode we show you how to create the user registration endpoint. We use Paw rest client on the desktop to simulate the client request and create the endpoint to fulfill the client request.
Views: 2506 Codemy School
Learn Ruby on Rails Part 3: Build a User Messaging App
 
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Full Free Course: https://www.udemy.com/learn-rails/ In this section, we will be building a simple user-to-user messaging app in ruby on rails. This will be one of the more difficult rails web apps we build in the course. Learn Rails: Quickly Code, Style and Launch 4 Web Apps Kickstart your web development career by building 4 functional web apps in Ruby on Rails with Heroku, Git and Bootstrap According to the Ruby on Rails website, Rails is "a web application development framework written in the Ruby language. It is designed to make programming web applications easier by making assumptions about what every developer needs to get started. It allows you to write less code while accomplishing more than many other languages and frameworks." If you feel like Rails may be the framework for you after reading that statement, but don't know where to start, you've come to the right place. In this course, students will learn what Ruby on Rails is best for, quickly creating and finishing web apps easily. This course covers it all, from installation to deployment. We will teach you how to use various Ruby on Rails tools while building functional web applications. By the end of the course, you will know enough Ruby on Rails to create any CRUD application you like. Not only this, but I also provide resources for almost every lecture, so that you can learn more if you wish. This course will provide you with enough Ruby on Rails knowledge to go from beginner to intermediate. After completing this course, you will also have enough Ruby Rails basis to learn any other Rails concept you can think of on your own. Think of this course like a quick jumpstart to your Ruby on Rails career. This course will give you a headstart into building any CRUD (create, read, update, delete) site you like. Building CRUD applications quickly is something that Ruby on Rails is great at. In this course, we will complete 4 CRUD Ruby on Rails web apps in the following order: A personal blog A user messaging app A To Do List (The Hello World of Ruby on Rails Applications) A Wikipedia Clone But basic Ruby on Rails isn't the only thing we will focus on, we will also learn how to use other tools with our apps such as: Git Heroku Bootstrap Active Admin Static Pages MVC Architecture If you want to bulk up your resume, get some practice or learn how to use various Rails gems in your app, look no further! This is the perfect course for the casual web developer. This course will take you from basic HTML knowledge to building your own beautiful web applications. This course will cover a lot of ground in a very short amount of time. Since the course is so fast, breezing through it might not help your retain everything. I recommend trying to finish the course in a month. It will help you retain knowledge, as well as give you time to explore different features on your own. Not only this, but udemy gives you a 30 day money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose! Thank you for showing interest in this course! If you have any questions, email me at [email protected] GET ALL MY COURSES FREE: https://www.skillshare.com/r/profile/Adam-Eubanks/12110 My Gear: Computer: http://amzn.to/2p1vlHH Microphone: http://amzn.to/2pyVhGO Stand and Pop Filter: http://amzn.to/2pyONYD Follow Me: Instagram: https://instagram.com/thekhanradcoder/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/khanradcoder GitHub: https://github.com/KhanradCoder Intro Music: Anikdote - Which Direction- [NCS Release]
Views: 1835 Khanrad
How I Learned Ruby on Rails in 2 days
 
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I have a new approach to growing as a software developer since starting my new job. Using this approach, I was able to pick up Ruby on Rails in only 2 days. I'll discuss all of this in the video. My Blog: https://travis.media/blog Learn to Code Blueprint: https://learntocodeblueprint.com Laravel Udemy Course: https://bit.ly/2GO6ej8 Blog: https://travis.media LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/travisdotmedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/travisdotmedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/travisdotmedia YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/travismedia
Views: 488 Travis Media
RailsConf 2019 - JRuby on Rails: From Zero to Scale by Charles Oliver Nutter & Thomas E Enebo
 
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RailsConf 2019 - JRuby on Rails: From Zero to Scale by Charles Oliver Nutter & Thomas E Enebo _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Cloud 66 - Pain Free Rails Deployments Cloud 66 for Rails acts like your in-house DevOps team to build, deploy and maintain your Rails applications on any cloud or server. Get $100 Cloud 66 Free Credits with the code: RailsConf-19 ($100 Cloud 66 Free Credits, for the new user only, valid till 31st December 2019) Link to the website: https://cloud66.com/rails?utm_source=-&utm_medium=-&utm_campaign=RailsConf19 Link to sign up: https://app.cloud66.com/users/sign_in?utm_source=-&utm_medium=-&utm_campaign=RailsConf19 _______________________________________________________________________________________________ JRuby is deployed by hundreds of companies around the world, running Rails and other services at higher speeds and with better scalability than any other runtime. With JRuby you get better utilization of system resources, the performance and tooling of the JVM, and a massive collection of libraries to add to your toolbox, all without leaving Ruby behind. In this talk, we'll walk you through the early stages of using JRuby, whether for a new app or a migration from CRuby. We will show how to deploy your JRuby app using various services. We'll cover the basics of troubleshooting performance and configuring your system for concurrency. By the end of this talk, you’ll have the knowledge you need to save money and time by building on JRuby.
Views: 502 Confreaks
Rails API Tutorial (Level 1)
 
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Play the remainder of Code School's “Surviving APIs with Rails” course here: https://www.codeschool.com/courses/surviving-apis-with-rails Code School is now Pluralsight! Enjoy all the learning experiences you've come to love from Code School on Pluralsight and MORE! Gain access to THOUSANDS more expert-led courses.
Views: 6166 Code School
Rails API: Rendering Views with JBuilder - [009]
 
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#RUBYONRAILS #API #JBUILDER To make our codebase scalable we have to use views to craft our JSON response. In this video we show you how render out json responses using the JBuilder gem. Rails API Series: https://www.codemy.net/sets/rails-api
Views: 6500 Codemy School
How To Build A Jobs Board In Rails 4
 
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Week 7 of my 12 Web Apps in 12 Weeks http://mackenziechild.me/12-in-12/7/ This week I build a Jobs Board application. We have the ability to Add, Edit, Destroy jobs postings and each job post is assigned to a category, and we are able to filter between the various categories to see only jobs within that category (For example, only “Full-Time” jobs). Github Repo: https://github.com/mackenziechild/jobs_board ------------------------------------------- 0:42 Overview 2:35 Rails New 2:54 Initialize in Git 4:09 Generate Jobs Model 5:18 Generate Jobs Controller 6:00 Add Jobs Resources to Routes 6:32 Install Needed Gems (Simple_Form, Bootstrap, HAML) 8:06 Setup Bootstrap Gem 8:53 Setup Simple_Form Gem 10:27 Define actions in Jobs Controllers 11:26 Add Ability To Create New Jobs 19:17 Add Ability To Edit & Destroy Jobs 25:21 Generate Categories Model 26:12 Add category_id To Jobs Table (Generate Migration) 26:52 Add Association Between Category & Job Models 27:17 Create Categories in Rails Console 29:12 Add Category Select to Jobs Form Partial 30:15 Add category_id to Jobs Params 32:55 Add Filter Ability to Categories 38:03 Add Structure & Styling ------------------------------------------- You can follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/mackenziechild Newsletter: http://macke.nz/3P08031c0r12 Visit my website: http://mackenziechild.me
Views: 38365 Mackenzie Child
Learn Ruby on Rails Part 2: Building a Blog
 
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Full Free Course: https://www.udemy.com/learn-rails/ Learn Rails: Quickly Code, Style and Launch 4 Web Apps Kickstart your web development career by building 4 functional web apps in Ruby on Rails with Heroku, Git and Bootstrap According to the Ruby on Rails website, Rails is "a web application development framework written in the Ruby language. It is designed to make programming web applications easier by making assumptions about what every developer needs to get started. It allows you to write less code while accomplishing more than many other languages and frameworks." If you feel like Rails may be the framework for you after reading that statement, but don't know where to start, you've come to the right place. In this course, students will learn what Ruby on Rails is best for, quickly creating and finishing web apps easily. This course covers it all, from installation to deployment. We will teach you how to use various Ruby on Rails tools while building functional web applications. By the end of the course, you will know enough Ruby on Rails to create any CRUD application you like. Not only this, but I also provide resources for almost every lecture, so that you can learn more if you wish. This course will provide you with enough Ruby on Rails knowledge to go from beginner to intermediate. After completing this course, you will also have enough Ruby Rails basis to learn any other Rails concept you can think of on your own. Think of this course like a quick jumpstart to your Ruby on Rails career. This course will give you a headstart into building any CRUD (create, read, update, delete) site you like. Building CRUD applications quickly is something that Ruby on Rails is great at. In this course, we will complete 4 CRUD Ruby on Rails web apps in the following order: A personal blog A user messaging app A To Do List (The Hello World of Ruby on Rails Applications) A Wikipedia Clone But basic Ruby on Rails isn't the only thing we will focus on, we will also learn how to use other tools with our apps such as: Git Heroku Bootstrap Active Admin Static Pages MVC Architecture If you want to bulk up your resume, get some practice or learn how to use various Rails gems in your app, look no further! This is the perfect course for the casual web developer. This course will take you from basic HTML knowledge to building your own beautiful web applications. This course will cover a lot of ground in a very short amount of time. Since the course is so fast, breezing through it might not help your retain everything. I recommend trying to finish the course in a month. It will help you retain knowledge, as well as give you time to explore different features on your own. Not only this, but udemy gives you a 30 day money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose! Thank you for showing interest in this course! If you have any questions, email me at [email protected] GET ALL MY COURSES FREE: https://www.skillshare.com/r/profile/Adam-Eubanks/12110 My Gear: Computer: http://amzn.to/2p1vlHH Microphone: http://amzn.to/2pyVhGO Stand and Pop Filter: http://amzn.to/2pyONYD Follow Me: Instagram: https://instagram.com/thekhanradcoder/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/khanradcoder GitHub: https://github.com/KhanradCoder Intro Music: Anikdote - Which Direction- [NCS Release]
Views: 270 Khanrad
Crash Course with Rails 5 + MongoDB + Sass
 
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In this beginner-friendly video, Frederick John walks you through developing a Rails 5 application from scratch using MongoDB, Sass, and Semantic-ui. If you're a new developer... YOU NEED TO WATCH THIS.
Views: 5674 WEBteam University
Minecraft | NEVER USE POWERED RAILS AGAIN! | Infinite Minecart Booster For Minecraft 1.8
 
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Views: 306701 Logdotzip
RailsConf 2019 - Terraforming legacy Rails applications by Vladimir Dementyev
 
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RailsConf 2019 - Terraforming legacy Rails applications by Vladimir Dementyev _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Cloud 66 - Pain Free Rails Deployments Cloud 66 for Rails acts like your in-house DevOps team to build, deploy and maintain your Rails applications on any cloud or server. Get $100 Cloud 66 Free Credits with the code: RailsConf-19 ($100 Cloud 66 Free Credits, for the new user only, valid till 31st December 2019) Link to the website: https://cloud66.com/rails?utm_source=-&utm_medium=-&utm_campaign=RailsConf19 Link to sign up: https://app.cloud66.com/users/sign_in?utm_source=-&utm_medium=-&utm_campaign=RailsConf19 _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Rails has been around for (can you imagine!) about 15 years. Most Rails applications are no longer MVPs, but they grew from MVPs and usually contain a lot of legacy code that "just works." And this legacy makes shipping new features harder and riskier: the new functionality have to co-exist with the code written years ago, and who knows what will blow up next? I've been working on legacy codebases for the last few years, and I found turning legacy code into a legendary code to be a very exciting and challenging process. I want to share the ideas and techniques I apply to make legacy codebases habitable and to prepare a breeding ground for the new features.
Views: 1271 Confreaks
Ember #3: Connecting with the Rails API
 
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Check out https://gorails.com for Pro episodes and more!
Views: 3630 GoRails
Ruby Programming Language - Full Course
 
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Learn the Ruby programming language in this full course / tutorial. The course is designed for new programmers, and will introduce common programming topics using the ruby language. ⭐️Course Contents ⭐️ ⌨️ 1. (0:00) Introduction ⌨️ 2. (1:24) Windows Installation ⌨️ 3. (4:45) Mac Installation ⌨️ 4. (6:38) Hello World / Setup ⌨️ 5. (12:01) Drawing a Shape ⌨️ 6. (18:17) Variables ⌨️ 7. (28:32) Data Types ⌨️ 8. (33:13) Working With Strings ⌨️ 9. (44:03) Math & Numbers ⌨️ 10. (53:54) Getting User Input ⌨️ 11. (1:01:09) Building a Calculator ⌨️ 12. (1:08:15) Building a Mad Libs Game ⌨️ 13. (1:12:45) Arrays ⌨️ 14. (1:21:31) Hashes ⌨️ 15. (1:27:42) Methods ⌨️ 16. (1:35:28) Return Statement ⌨️ 17. (1:40:26) If Statements ⌨️ 18. (1:52:24) If Statements (continued) ⌨️ 19. (1:59:11) Building a Better Calculator ⌨️ 20. (2:07:19) Case Expressions ⌨️ 21. (2:16:07) While Loops ⌨️ 22. (2:22:36) Building a Guessing Game ⌨️ 23. (2:35:29) For Loops ⌨️ 24. (2:40:01) Exponent Method ⌨️ 25. (2:44:45) Comments ⌨️ 26. (2:49:23) Reading Files ⌨️ 27. (2:57:55) Writing Files ⌨️ 28. (3:06:34) Handling Errors ⌨️ 29. (3:14:29) Classes & Objects ⌨️ 30. (3:24:13) Initialize Method ⌨️ 31. (3:31:47) Object Methods ⌨️ 32. (3:37:11) Building a Quiz ⌨️ 33. (3:46:21) Inheritance ⌨️ 34. (3:53:50) Modules ⌨️ 35. (3:59:06) Interactive Ruby (irb) Course developed by Mike Dane. Check out his YouTube channel for more great programming courses: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvmINlrza7JHB1zkIOuXEbw 🐦Follow Mike on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mike_dane 🔗The Giraffe Academy website: http://www.giraffeacademy.com/ -- Learn to code for free and get a developer job: https://www.freecodecamp.com Read hundreds of articles on programming: https://medium.freecodecamp.com And subscribe for new videos on technology every day: https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=freecodecamp
Views: 171315 freeCodeCamp.org
Learn Ruby on Rails Part 4: Build a To Do List App
 
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Full Free Course: https://www.udemy.com/learn-rails/ In this section, we will be building a simple user-to-user messaging app in ruby on rails. This will be one of the more difficult rails web apps we build in the course. Learn Rails: Quickly Code, Style and Launch 4 Web Apps Kickstart your web development career by building 4 functional web apps in Ruby on Rails with Heroku, Git and Bootstrap According to the Ruby on Rails website, Rails is "a web application development framework written in the Ruby language. It is designed to make programming web applications easier by making assumptions about what every developer needs to get started. It allows you to write less code while accomplishing more than many other languages and frameworks." If you feel like Rails may be the framework for you after reading that statement, but don't know where to start, you've come to the right place. In this course, students will learn what Ruby on Rails is best for, quickly creating and finishing web apps easily. This course covers it all, from installation to deployment. We will teach you how to use various Ruby on Rails tools while building functional web applications. By the end of the course, you will know enough Ruby on Rails to create any CRUD application you like. Not only this, but I also provide resources for almost every lecture, so that you can learn more if you wish. This course will provide you with enough Ruby on Rails knowledge to go from beginner to intermediate. After completing this course, you will also have enough Ruby Rails basis to learn any other Rails concept you can think of on your own. Think of this course like a quick jumpstart to your Ruby on Rails career. This course will give you a headstart into building any CRUD (create, read, update, delete) site you like. Building CRUD applications quickly is something that Ruby on Rails is great at. In this course, we will complete 4 CRUD Ruby on Rails web apps in the following order: A personal blog A user messaging app A To Do List (The Hello World of Ruby on Rails Applications) A Wikipedia Clone But basic Ruby on Rails isn't the only thing we will focus on, we will also learn how to use other tools with our apps such as: Git Heroku Bootstrap Active Admin Static Pages MVC Architecture If you want to bulk up your resume, get some practice or learn how to use various Rails gems in your app, look no further! This is the perfect course for the casual web developer. This course will take you from basic HTML knowledge to building your own beautiful web applications. This course will cover a lot of ground in a very short amount of time. Since the course is so fast, breezing through it might not help your retain everything. I recommend trying to finish the course in a month. It will help you retain knowledge, as well as give you time to explore different features on your own. Not only this, but udemy gives you a 30 day money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose! Thank you for showing interest in this course! If you have any questions, email me at [email protected] GET ALL MY COURSES FREE: https://www.skillshare.com/r/profile/Adam-Eubanks/12110 My Gear: Computer: http://amzn.to/2p1vlHH Microphone: http://amzn.to/2pyVhGO Stand and Pop Filter: http://amzn.to/2pyONYD Follow Me: Instagram: https://instagram.com/thekhanradcoder/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/khanradcoder GitHub: https://github.com/KhanradCoder Intro Music: Anikdote - Which Direction- [NCS Release]
Views: 532 Khanrad
JSON API and Active Model Serializers with Rails
 
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Check out https://gorails.com for Pro episodes and more!
Views: 5217 GoRails
How to make ReST API in rails | Part-1 | Making Ruby On Rails 5 API From Scratch Tutorial
 
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A tutorial on making a ReST-ful api in rails. The blog post for the same can be found at http://jee-appy.blogspot.in/2016/03/how-to-make-rest-api-in-rails.html The video tutorial for second part - https://youtu.be/9Zivtw01RXg
Views: 12187 Appychip
Ruby on Rails Api Documentation (Apipie Gem)
 
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This video is about the Apipie gem: what it is, why it's great, and how you can implement it too! https://github.com/Apipie/apipie-rails
Views: 1199 Arachne Tutorials
GATES ON RAILS / VILLAGES OF DOOM - Part 7 - They Are Billions CAMPAIGN MODE Lets Play Gameplay
 
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They Are Billions is a Steampunk strategy game set on a post-apocalyptic planet. With it's 1.0 full release comes a full on campaign mode! They Are Billions Campaign Part 7 Lets Play Walkthrough Gameplay ► Full series playlist: https://www.odd.gg/theyarebillions 👇🏻 OTHER GAME PLAYTHROUGHS 👇🏻 XCOM 2 ► http://bit.ly/xcom2legend SOMA ► https://bit.ly/letsplaysoma Remember Me ► https://bit.ly/letsplayrememberme Dead Space ► https://odd.gg/deadspace3 Deus Ex Human Revolution ► https://odd.gg/deusex Bioshock ► https://odd.gg/bioshock 🤯 Check out Odd's custom Displates: https://www.odd.gg/displate 🤯 🎥 TWITCH STREAMING 🎥 http://www.twitch.tv/christopherodd I currently stream a few days per week! The schedule is posted at the bottom of the twitch page. 🤓 MY SOCIAL MEDIA 🤓 http://bit.ly/OddsTwitter http://bit.ly/OddsDiscord http://bit.ly/OddsInstagram http://bit.ly/OddsPatreon 🤔 NEW HERE? 🤔 Hi! My name is Christopher Odd and I’ve been playing video games on the internet for a few years. I really enjoy a variety of games but generally lean towards games with a unique and engaging story (Bioshock, The Witcher, etc), strategy/roguelike games (XCOM 2 War of the Chosen, Darkest Dungeon, etc), and RPGs (Dark Souls, Dragon Age, etc). Of course, I am always looking for great indie games too! 🎮 BUY AND DOWNLOAD THIS GAME 🎮 https://store.steampowered.com/app/644930/They_Are_Billions/ 🎞️ Check out Tube Buddy to help you optimize your YouTube Videos 🎞️ https://www.tubebuddy.com/christopherodd 💼 Business Inquires Only 💼 [email protected] 📮 Want to send me something fun to my PO BOX? 📮 Msg me on twitter or discord to let me know you're sending something here: CP 50572 Carrefour-Pelletier Brossard QC J4X2V7 Canada - - - - - They Are Billions is a strategy game in a distant future about building and managing human colonies after a zombie apocalypse destroyed almost all of human kind. Now there are only a few thousand humans left alive that must struggle to survive under the threat of the infection. Billions of infected roam around the world in massive swarms seeking the last living human colonies. Campaign: The New Empire - Available now! Lead the campaign under the orders of Quintus Crane, ruler of the New Empire, and reconquer the lands devastated by the infected. 48 missions with more than 60 hours of gameplay. Build fortified colonies to survive in infected territories Destroy the swarms of infected with the Imperial Army. Make your colonies evolve with more than 90 available technologies. Explore the ancient human fortresses with your Hero. Discover the story behind the apocalypse... how did the pandemic start? Survival Mode In this mode, a random world is generated with its own events, weather, geography, and infected population. You must build a successful colony that must survive for a specific period of time against the swarms of infected. It is a fast and ultra addictive game mode. We plan to release a challenge of the week where all players must play the same random map. The best scores will be published in a leaderboard. Real Time with Pause This is a real-time strategy game, but don’t get too nervous. You can pause the action to take the best strategic and tactical decisions. In Pause Mode, you can place structures to build, give orders to your army, or consult all of the game’s information. This game is all about strategy, not player performance or the player’s skill to memorize and quickly execute dozens of key commands. Pause the game and take all the time you need! Build your Colony Build dwellings and acquire food for the colonists. They will come to live and work for the colony. Collect resources from the environment using various building structures. Upgrade buildings to make them more efficient. Expand the energy distribution of the colony by placing Tesla Towers and build mills and power plants to feed the energy to your buildings. Build walls, gates, towers, and structures to watch the surroundings. Don’t let the infected take over the colony! Build an Army What kind of people would want to combat the infected? Only the maddest ones. Train and contract mercenaries to protect the colony. They demand their money and food, and you will have to listen to their awful comments, but these tormented heroes will be your best weapon to destroy the infected. Every unit is unique and has their own skills and personality – discover them! Thousands of Units on Screen - - - - - #theyarebillions #campaign #zombies
Views: 28642 ChristopherOdd
How Good is Ruby on Rails?
 
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How good is Ruby on Rails? Ruby on Rails is good enough for Silicon Valley to make it their go to solution for slapping together apps. I don’t know if it is that good, because Twitter and Groupon made headlines when they moved off Ruby on Rails. Ruby on Rails is good for apps until they start having hundreds of thousands of users and millions of transactions. Then the performance drops off relative to Node.js. Node.js is pretty powerful. Walmart.com switched to it. Because Node.js is asynchronous, it can handle a lot more connections at the same time with fewer resources relative to Ruby on Rails. So why use Ruby on Rails? You can create an initial web app using cheap talent straight out of school and get decent performance until you get as big as Twitter did in the late 2000s. It sounds like Ruby on Rails is what you use when something is small. Twitter and Groupon only had to migrate off Ruby on Rails when they hit it big. If you have a mid-range app, Ruby is good enough to work. And with the Rails framework, it works well. Ruby on Rails also supports iterative development faster than something like Java, while the common framework makes it easier to outsource portions of the work. I heard Ruby didn’t do was well as Node.js because it doesn’t have the built in utility development. That hasn’t stopped PHP or Python app development, which have the same issue. How does Ruby compare to Python or PHP? Ruby on Rails has a modest advantage to Python in that there is a single, universal framework – Rails. That accelerates development because you know how to program all aspects of it while having a lot of freedom. And less available in code modules to re-use. That’ll correct itself with time. And when Ruby figures out how to issue a new version without breaking the old code, Ruby will be great.
Views: 1418 Techy Help
Learn Ruby on Rails Part 6: Heroku Deployment and Finale
 
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Full Free Course: https://www.udemy.com/learn-rails/ In this section, we will be building a simple user-to-user messaging app in ruby on rails. This will be one of the more difficult rails web apps we build in the course. Learn Rails: Quickly Code, Style and Launch 4 Web Apps Kickstart your web development career by building 4 functional web apps in Ruby on Rails with Heroku, Git and Bootstrap According to the Ruby on Rails website, Rails is "a web application development framework written in the Ruby language. It is designed to make programming web applications easier by making assumptions about what every developer needs to get started. It allows you to write less code while accomplishing more than many other languages and frameworks." If you feel like Rails may be the framework for you after reading that statement, but don't know where to start, you've come to the right place. In this course, students will learn what Ruby on Rails is best for, quickly creating and finishing web apps easily. This course covers it all, from installation to deployment. We will teach you how to use various Ruby on Rails tools while building functional web applications. By the end of the course, you will know enough Ruby on Rails to create any CRUD application you like. Not only this, but I also provide resources for almost every lecture, so that you can learn more if you wish. This course will provide you with enough Ruby on Rails knowledge to go from beginner to intermediate. After completing this course, you will also have enough Ruby Rails basis to learn any other Rails concept you can think of on your own. Think of this course like a quick jumpstart to your Ruby on Rails career. This course will give you a headstart into building any CRUD (create, read, update, delete) site you like. Building CRUD applications quickly is something that Ruby on Rails is great at. In this course, we will complete 4 CRUD Ruby on Rails web apps in the following order: A personal blog A user messaging app A To Do List (The Hello World of Ruby on Rails Applications) A Wikipedia Clone But basic Ruby on Rails isn't the only thing we will focus on, we will also learn how to use other tools with our apps such as: Git Heroku Bootstrap Active Admin Static Pages MVC Architecture If you want to bulk up your resume, get some practice or learn how to use various Rails gems in your app, look no further! This is the perfect course for the casual web developer. This course will take you from basic HTML knowledge to building your own beautiful web applications. This course will cover a lot of ground in a very short amount of time. Since the course is so fast, breezing through it might not help your retain everything. I recommend trying to finish the course in a month. It will help you retain knowledge, as well as give you time to explore different features on your own. Not only this, but udemy gives you a 30 day money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose! Thank you for showing interest in this course! If you have any questions, email me at [email protected] GET ALL MY COURSES FREE: https://www.skillshare.com/r/profile/Adam-Eubanks/12110 My Gear: Computer: http://amzn.to/2p1vlHH Microphone: http://amzn.to/2pyVhGO Stand and Pop Filter: http://amzn.to/2pyONYD Follow Me: Instagram: https://instagram.com/thekhanradcoder/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/khanradcoder GitHub: https://github.com/KhanradCoder Intro Music: Anikdote - Which Direction- [NCS Release]
Views: 232 Khanrad
Build a Rails API w a Modular JS Frontend - Part 1
 
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In this video series we will be building a Rails API backend and connect that to a modular JS frontend. This is part 1 of the series.
Views: 579 Cernan Bernardo
Episode #146 - Rails API Documentation | Preview
 
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In this episode, we look at creating an interactive documentation for a Rails API. https://www.driftingruby.com/episodes/rails-api-documentation
Views: 1105 Drifting Ruby
Page Numbers With Will Paginate (Covers Arrays) | Ruby On Rails 5.2
 
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This Ruby on Rails tutorial covers the Will Paginate (Will_Paginate) gem and uses it to generate Page Numbers for our Ruby on Rails 5.2 Application. I also cover how to set up will paginate for an array, something that frequently comes up when doing things like searching. Generally Pagination is an easy task, and has been in Ruby on Rails for quite some time, but I really wanted to cover using the will_paginate gem for arrays and thought that I should using it in general before hand. If you liked this video, please consider subscribing: https://t.co/RZ4EwP0F2a Thumbnail Art: Photo by G. Crescoli on Unsplash | https://unsplash.com/@freegraphictoday --------------------------------------------- Check out my merch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/deanout Follow me on Social media: https://twitter.com/dean_dehart https://facebook.com/TheDeanout https://instagram.com/deanout_ Also check out my GitHub if you're interested in my code: https://github.com/deanout Or my work in progress portfolio website: http://deanout.com #RubyOnRails #Deanin #Deanio
Views: 459 Deanin
Build a Rails Web Api
 
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Views: 3340 Ayush Shanker
Angular with Devise on Rails
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 1486 Jesse Novotny
Rails API: JSON Web Token Part 3 - [037]
 
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In this episode we implement jwt generation inside our controller. We handle the token generation when our user signs in, discuss how it can be further used. JWT Videos: Part 1: https://www.codemy.net/posts/rails-api-json-web-token-part-1-035 Part 2: https://www.codemy.net/posts/rails-api-json-web-token-part-2-036 Part 4: https://www.codemy.net/posts/rails-api-json-web-token-part-4-038
Views: 1672 Codemy School
Creeper Gunpowder Farm Tutorial | Minecraft 1.14
 
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This brand new 1.14 cat powered creeper farm for gunpowder is an evolution from my previous design which no longer works in 1.14. This design has increased rates and fixes for the full release of Minecraft 1.14. If you like plenty of gunpowder for your rockets or TNT, this is the farm for you. This design is for Java Edition 1.14 and above. 🚨 Need help with the rails? Checkout this follow-up video: https://youtu.be/20HcS95l29A In this tutorial, we review the mechanics that makes the farm work including the cat changes from 1.13 to 1.14. We then guide you through the step-by-step process to build the farm. This farm has a bit more redstone but it's easy to build without too many resources. ★ World Download: http://bit.ly/creeper-farm (location: 553/5/1528) ★ Dissecting Minecraft #10 - Mob Spawning Part 1: https://youtu.be/tD5Dd6VDr7c ★ Spawning algorithm stops at chunk borders: https://bugs.mojang.com/browse/MC-150218 Important Note: To get the rates shown in this tutorial you need to properly condition the area around the farm. You need to have no spawnable blocks in a 128 radius sphere around the player. You'll also need to build it as low as possible. You can build it anywhere, even high up in the sky but your rates will be reduced. If you enjoyed the video then please hit the like button and subscribe if you aren't already! Welcome to the home of the geeks! You can also find me on: ★ Website: https://logicalgeekboy.com ★ Patreon: https://patreon.com/logicalgeekboy ★ Discord: https://discord.io/logicalgeekboy ★ Twitch: https://twitch.tv/logicalgeekboy ★ Twitter: https://twitter.com/logicalgeekboy ★ Merch: https://teespring.com/logicalgeekboy ★ Search YT for #BeyondLogic My Schedule: ★ New Beyond Logic (formerly Road to HermitCraft) video every weekend ★ New Dissecting Minecraft video every Thursday ★ Twitch Streaming on Monday 9:30pm (UK time) ★ Other Minecraft videos when I can Looking for awesome Minecraft server hosting? I recommend MelonCube (affiliate link): ★ https://www.meloncube.net/clients/aff.php?aff=688 Thanks Logic Music: ★ We Are One by Vexento https://soundcloud.com/vexento/vexento-we-are-one
Views: 344732 LogicalGeekBoy
Dev Gems Demo: rspec-rails
 
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In this extension of my "Get Launching" series, this series will walk you through installation and usage of my go-to gems for development. First up is the must have for BDD, rspec-rails. RSpec is a testing framework that tests behavior rather than only specific methods. We'll make sure you have RSpec set up and go through writing a spec to test a visitor coming to your home page. Enjoy and leave a comment!
Views: 2837 RubyThursday