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Advance Ruby on Rails Training

Ruby is a dynamic, reflective, object-oriented, general-purpose programming language. It was designed and developed in the mid-1990s by Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto in Japan. Ruby originated in Japan and now it is gaining popularity in US and Europe as well. Ruby on Rails, or simply Rails, is a web application framework written in Ruby under the MIT License. Rails is a model–view–controller (MVC) framework, providing default structures for a database, a web service, and web pages. It encourages and facilitates the use of web standards such as JSON or XML for data transfer, and HTML, CSS and JavaScript for display and user interfacing
GN Infotech provides the best Ruby on Rails Training in Khanna with above mentioned course curriculum. GN Infotech labs are equipped with latest software so that students can get 100% practical training.


At the completion of Ruby on Rails Training the participant will exhibit the following

Configuration of Ruby, Rails Server
Create Classes & Modules
Handle Database Library & Functions
Apply session & Cookies
Create MVC Templates
Understood Resource Routing
Processing Forms in Rails


Why Ruby on Rails Training at GN Infotech ?

Industry Compliant Syllabus
Multi-Platform Demonstration
Product Based Training
Real-Time Case Studies
Use of Latest Tools & Technology
LCD equipped class room
Unlimited Lab facility
Faculty drawn from Industries
Daily Handouts & Lab Exercise
Workshops on New Technologies


Target Auidence

Web Developer

Next Technical Upgrade :

Chapter-1: Introduction (Click to View Detail…)

Introduction to Rails
Why Use Rails
MVC Architecture
Configuration of Ruby
Configuration of Rails
Configuration of MySQL Database Server

Chapter-2: Basic & Structure of Ruby Files (Click to View Detail…)

Creating a Project
Introduction to bundler
Access Project
Generate Controller and View
File Structure
Server Request
Routes Handling

Chapter-3: MVC & Rails (Click to View Detail…)

Welcome to Ruby on Rails
MVC in Rails
MVC Layers?
The Rails Application Directory Structure
Connecting to a Rails Application
The Rails Request/Response Cycle
Some Pre-Auction Housekeeping

Chapter-4: Ruby Programming and Tools (Click to View Detail…)

Running Ruby Programs
IRB (Interactive Ruby)
Objects and Methods
Classes
Strings and Numbers
Symbols
Arrays
Hashes
Modules
Control Flow and Conditionals
Instance Variables and Attributes
Iterators
Sorting Collections
Filtering Collections

Chapter-5: Domain Modeling and Active Record (Click to View Detail…)

Active Record Overview
Domain Modeling, Ruby, and Rails
Programming the Domain
Creating the Database Tables
The Rails Application Console

Chapter-6: Routing and Responses (Click to View Detail…)

The Rails Request/Response Cycle
URL Recognition and Routing
Named Routes and URL Generation
Resource Routing
Creating Controllers and Views
Understanding ERB Templates

Chapter-7: Forms Processing (Click to View Detail…)

Displaying and Processing Forms in Rails
Form Errors

Chapter-8: Exploring Active Record Techniques (Click to View Detail…)

Getting into Active Record
Refining AR Associations
Many-to-Many Associations with “Through”
Miscellaneous Custom Methods in the Models
Active Relation Basics

Chapter-9: Testing (Click to View Detail…)

Ruby’s Test Framework
From Minitest to Rails Testing
Functional Tests

Chapter-10: Data Validation with Active Record (Click to View Detail…)

Validating Active Record Objects
The Role of the Controller in Validating Data
Examples of Selected Validation Methods

Chapter-11: Exploring Action Pack (Click to View Detail…)

Action Pack, the Composite Library
Custom Helper Methods
Partial Templates
The Session Hash
Controller Filters
Differential Responses
XML with Builder

Chapter-12: Users and Bids (Click to View Detail…)

Consolidating Your Gains
The Results

Chapter-13: Using CSS and JavaScript (Click to View Detail…)

Internal & External Style sheet
Client Side Scripting
The Basic Asset Pipeline Architecture
AJAX
Project work

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