You’ve conquered the basics of Ruby and you’re ready to move onto the next challenge. Building a fully-functioning website. It may seem like a stretch but you have very tool you need to begin building web applications. Ruby On Rails is your new best friend and while it is a complex system, it will undoubtedly click for you in no time. You are, after all, a Ruby Black Belt at this point.

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Ruby On Rails

By now you’ve undoubtedly heard about Ruby On Rails, how powerful it is and how it can help build dynamic web applications. In fact, some of your favorite websites may be running on a RoR backend. And now you’re about to begin using the Rails Framework! …

Welcome to the world of Object-Oriented Ruby! Object-Oriented Ruby may seem complicated and overwhelming now, but fear not for I am here to show you that it can all be quite simple. Storing your codes in classes will make your program more efficient and readable than ever before. Ruby is a sugar-sweet language that is jam-packed full of helpful tools to help us make our code run at maximum efficiency. Ruby is littered with great macros that help us accomplish a myriad of tasks. …


Connor Mulholland

Software Engineering Student at Flatiron School

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