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How to quickly create a web app with Ruby on Rails.
Working with popular 3rd party gems.
Working with MVC model.
Understanding the workflow between components.
Understanding database structure and how to handle database changes.
Working with HTML, CSS in the front-end side of a Rails app.
How to use Material Design styles in a Rails app.
Working with Environment variables.
Creating object models for a Rails app.
Authenticate user with different social accounts.
How to easily create a Admin Dashboard for a web app.
Payment System with Stripe
Social Login with Facebook, Github, Google+
Course creating/editing function
Material Design UI
Drag & Drop AJAX
SEO & Open Graph
I really learned a lot from this course and feel that I've become a better rails developer because of it. However, it's not 100% like Code4Startup. What I liked about Code4Startup is that it shows how many students signed up and that it has different types of memberships and recurring payments. Since I learned a lot, I will continue learning after I take a little break.
Leo provide concise and very goods instructions. Appricitated him so much for this course
It was so fun to follow this instruction.
good courses, I haven't found projects like this anywhere else on the web
the stripe payment section lacked explanation. but overall good course
Like everyone else here, I cannot fault this course. Leo is always on hand to answer any questions and his techniques for adding the extra frills to your site are great. Very clear course for anyone wanting to get into Rail development. Thanks Leo.
great course to start withh rails
awesome course leo, thanks so much
Great job Leo. After this course I will start you're Air BnB clone. You really know how to teach code!
A real n great course. Leo knows how to teach real code. A definitely 5 star.
Thank you Leo for this great course.
Phạm Tuấn Cường
This course helped me a lot :)
I learned even more with this one! Along the curriculum I noticed that I was already creating my own MVP; pretty slick.
Marcelo Picolo Khoury
Thank you Leo for the step-by-step!
awsome I really appreciate your effort, thanks Leo
This is pretty awesome! I was able to learn real startup stuff. I'm looking forward to seeing next one! I really appreciate your effort, leo! :)
Awesome, it is perfect course for me, I've been through all the process and will definitely do again. I just appreciate our coach Leo has taken alot of his time to teach us real world projects, I am fortunate to find this place here. Hope you plan to add more courses near future, thank you Leo!
Well done Leo, great course which is worth the price.
Great course that teaches the basics of ruby from start to finish!! Coding isn't easy but Leo makes it fun, interesting and simple to follow. Definitely a great course to take!!
As an early adopter, I need to give extra points to this project. Most "MVP's" (Minimum Viable Product) are poorly constructed and provide the minimum needed to get by. Not this course or platform. Leo has done a wonderful job of making sure the app is very usable and the lessons clear. Appropriately, this gets conveyed to the app that you will build. The instruction is clear and each lesson is easy to follow. When compared to other video based lessons, special attention was obviously paid to making sure that the view can read the code in each task... Nothing is worse than trying to learn something and not being able to clearly see or understand it ! I've been able to build a highly functional application, and thanks to the recursive nature of the tasks I was able to get used to Rails patterns and build on functionality of my own. If you're motivated to learn Rails, this is a great second project (Do Project Hero - Newbies first)
This is a great course on building a functional app with Ruby on Rails. I can see how I can take the concepts I learned building this course to build other apps with similar behaviors.
Leo is the best!
simply excellent ! been looking all over for a good hands-on approach to help me learn ruby on rails and apps just like this one ! Excited to go deeper still with your Super version!
you rock man.. keep this up!!!
Teofilo Carlos Massinga
Task 1: Starter
In this project, we’re going to clone Code4Startup together. So why is Code4Startup a good example for you to learn how to build an education platform? First, it’s because its structure is simple and easy to create. Second, it covers most of basic...
Task 2: Creating a basic project
In this task, we’re going to create our project with only one static page along with mockup Navbar and Footer in Material Design style. It can be responsive in the mobile mode. All right, be ready and let’s get start.
Task 3: Creating authentication system
In this task, we’re going to create the authentication system so user can sign up, sign in and log out. We’re going refactor our notice and alert so it will looks nice. Once user has signed up successfully, our application will send a verification...
Task 4: Authenticate with Social network accounts
In this task, we’re going to create the authentication system with Social network accounts so users can sign up or sign in quickly and easily with their prefer social account in no time. We’re going refactor our notice and alert so it will looks...
Task 5: Creating Administration (back-end) system
In this task, we’re going to create the default Dashboard for administration. It allows you to login with your own credential. Once you logged in, you can add, edit or remove other admin accounts. And basically, you have any fundamental functions...
Task 6: Working with Project & Task
In this task, we’re going to create Project and Task model, controller and views for our application. From that you can display a list of project, if you click on project, it will get you to the project details where you can see list of tasks...
Task 7: Working with Markdown & SEO URL
In this task, we’re going to create the markdown convert function for our Dashboard so you can write down the plain text in the Markdown syntax and our function will render that into the HTML for us. For example, we just created a note for task...
Task 8: Refactoring Task page
In this task, we’re going to add the Wistia player along with functioning buttons into our Task page. However, the outstanding feature here is in the Dashboard, we have the ability to drag and drop the task so it would much easier for you to...
Task 9: Working with association between Projects and Users
In this task, we're going to learn a bit theory about has_many:through association in Rails and then to create our data model to handle subscription. Also, we're going to refactor our current project controller and task controller with new logic...
Task 10: Creating Review
In this task, together we’re going to create a Review function for our application with star selection and relative time stamp. Cool, this function is very interesting and I will teach you how to create it easily and quickly. Let’s get start!
Task 11: Refactoring
In this task, we’re going refactor our Project page so now we have 3 different tabs: About, Videos and Discussions. But for this task, we’re going to work on About and Videos tabs only. Apart from that, I’m going to show you how to deal with...
Task 12: Working with Stripe
Welcome to Task number 12. In this task, we’re going to create chargeable project with Stripe and how to email receipt to customers once they’ve made a payment.
Task 13: Environment Variables
Hey, we’re in task 13 and that means we almost complete our project. Just two more tasks to go. So in this task, we’re going to keep all of our sensitive information secure by using environment variables to store sensitive data.
Task 14: Social Media
This is the last task of this project. You will be learning a lot of rich features that you will need for a modern web application like: Open Graph for sharing, Social sharing bar, Discussion system, Google Analytics, Real-time chat system.