Course Ruby on Rails Programming

In the course Ruby on Rails Programming, participants learn to develop Web applications with the Model View Controller (MVC) Framework Ruby on Rails. Rails is a framework for pragmatically developing a full-blown web application. Rails applications are based on the principle of convention over configuration. Templates can be generated automatically for many parts of the application, after which the template code can be further extended.

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  • Course Ruby on Rails Programming : Content

    Rails Intro

    The Ruby on Rails Programming course starts with an explanation of the directory structure of Rails applications. Also discussed are using the Ruby Console, the principles of Rails Routing and installing Ruby Gems.

    Rails Models

    Then attention is paid to how Ruby Model classes can be generated and how these maps on database tables. Explained is how Database Migrations are created from the model classes that can create database tables with create queries. Many applications require the CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete) Pattern which is treated as well.


    User input in Web Applications mostly comes from Forms and the Ruby on Rails Programming course discusses Form Creation with the Forms Builder and form helpers. Form validation and handling of errors are also covered.

    Active Record

    Next attention is paid to Object Relational Mapping in Ruby on Rails with Active Records. In the application, the developers usually then do not have to write SQL statements, since the SQL statements are generated by the Framework.

    Action View

    Also covered is how views are created in Ruby on Rails based on templates controlled by Action Controllers. Explained is how View paths can be modified with Prepend and Append.

    Advanced Topics

    Finally, some advanced topics are discussed such as security, the creation and handling of Rest APIs, as well as caching, performance and troubleshooting.

  • Course Ruby on Rails Programming : Training

    Audience Ruby on Rails Programming Course

    The course Ruby on Rails Programming is intended for developers who want to develop applications with the new state of art framework Ruby on Rails or Rails.

    Prerequisites Course Ruby on Rails Programming

    Basic programming experience and knowledge of the Ruby Programming language is required. Knowledge of web standards such as HTTP and HTML is an advantage.

    Realization Training Ruby on Rails Programming

    The theory is discussed on the basis of presentation slides. The concepts are illustrated with demos. The theory is interspersed with exercises. The course material is in English. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.

    Certification Ruby on Rails Programming

    Participants receive an official certificate Ruby on Rails Programming after successful completion of the course.

    Course Ruby on Rails Programming
  • Course Ruby on Rails Programming : Modules

    Module 1 : Rails Intro

    Module 2 : Rails and MVC

    Module 3 : Forms

    Ruby on Rails Stack
    Rails Environments
    Rails Configuration
    Convention over Configuration
    Installing Ruby Gems
    Development Server
    Default Page
    Ruby Console
    Rails Routing
    Project Folders
    Generating Controllers
    Embedded Ruby in View
    ERB Templates
    Model to Database
    Generating Models
    Database Migrations
    Database Interaction
    CRUD Pattern
    Creating Routes
    Resourceful Routing
    routes Command
    Creating Links
    link_to Helper
    redirect_to and render
    Strong Parameters
    Associating Models
    Using Form Builder
    form_with Helper
    Displaying Errors
    form_tag Helpers
    Edit Actions
    Destroy Actions
    Types of templates
    ERb template
    Builder template
    Adding Styling

    Module 4 : Active Record

    Module 5 : Action View

    Module 6 : Advanced Rails

    Active Record Pattern
    Object Relation Mapping
    Naming Conventions
    Schema Conventions
    Active Record Models
    ActiveRecord Migrations
    Active Record Associations
    Query Interface
    Dynamic Finders
    Ordering and Grouping
    Action Controllers
    Action View
    Templates and Layouts
    Partial Layouts
    Request Passing
    View Paths
    Prepend View Path
    Append View Path
    Localized Views
    Advanced Helpers
    Session Management
    XML and Active Resource
    Rails Security
    Input Validation
    Preventing XSS
    Dedicated Accounts
    Rails and REST
    RESTFul Operations
    Generating REST Actions
    Logging and Troubleshooting
    Caching and Performance
    Cache Fragments
    Batch Processing
    Background Processing
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