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- 1st ed.
- Approx 700 p
- 154 Illustrations, black and white; XVII, 541 p. 154 illus.
- 254 x 178 x 29 mm
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- 1 Paperback / softback
- 958 g
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Effectively learn and apply software development and engineering techniques to web application development using Rails 6 with this accelerated tutorial. This book teaches modern engineering practices including git flow, containerization, debugging, testing, and deployment. Along the way, you'll see how to build a social network application and then deploy it on a cloud provider such as Amazon Web Services. After reading and using this book, you'll be able to effectively build and deploy your Rails application to the cloud. You'll also have used the Ruby on Rails framework to carry out the rapid development of an idea into a product without sacrificing quality. What You Will Learn Use the Ruby on Rails 6 web development framework Integrate Docker with your Ruby on Rails code Apply software engineering techniques to learning the Rails framework Design, build, and deploy a social networking application to the Amazon cloud Who This Book Is For Beginners with at least some prior programming experience. Ruby experience is helpful, but not required.
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Adam Notodikromo (formerly Adam Pahlevi Baihaqi) is a software engineer committed to creating working and technically well-written apps. With his colleagues in Indonesia and Germany, he is building their company together: Sonasign. He lives in Meguro, Tokyo to enjoy bowls of Yokohama-style ramen and also dry tantanmen. He works with kind teammates at Autify.
Part 1: Introduction to Ruby and Rails Chapter 1: Hello, Rails * The world before the Rails * Favorite things I gained from Rails * Increased Signal-to-Noise ratio * Testability since Day 1 * Programmer happiness * Installing Docker on Windows * Installing Docker on Ubuntu Linux * Installing Docker on MacOS * Creating simple containerized Rails app * MVC architecture * Deploying to Heroku * Git workflow Chapter 2: Ruby Quick Crash Course * What kind of a language is Ruby? * Interactive console * Number * String * Making a Class * Public functions * Private and protected membership * Instance variables * Constants * Building on a Module * Everything is an Object * Date * Array * Hash * Symbol (after having experience building Hash with Symbol vs String) * Instantiating other objects * Make your own Block (simple way to introduce yield & block, and learn build simple DSL) * Thread * Meta-programming Part 2: Building a Social Network * What are we building? * Use case diagram * Entity diagram Chapter 3: Building the Models * User model * Inserting data * Updating data * Seeking data * Destroying data * Unit-test the model with RSpec * Complex Query * Status model and Has One-to-One relationship * Friendship model and Many-to-Many relationship * Testing up the relationships * Adding validations * Updating table schema Chapter 4: Login Capabilities * Installing Devise * Routing * Layout * Building Sign in and Sign up form * Wiring up the Sign out * Testing up the request Chapter 5: Building Post and Timeline * Building the Timeline * Introduction to Helper * Post a Status! * Integration testing with Capybara * Debugging with Pry Chapter 6: Add as Friend * AJAX request * Sending friendship request * Confirming friendship request * Sending email * Background processing Chapter 7: Deploying to AWS * Making an Amazon account * Making an ElasticBeanstalk instance * Setting up deploy script * Seeing it online * How to associate it with a domain name? Chapter 8: What next? * Mobile App? * API controllers * Staging environment