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There is no better way to begin your Ruby on Rails education. Check out these Beginner & Intermediate tutorials and start building your own Ruby on Rails app!


Export Records to CSV Files using Rails Victor Alfonso Hazbun Anuff Victor Alfonso Hazbun Anuff  ●  Ruby on Rails · Ruby · Csv · Export  ●  Jan 17, 2017
Export Records to CSV Files using Rails

Learn how to export records into CSV files using Ruby on Rails.

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Integrating Travis CI in your Github project Amrata Baghel Amrata Baghel  ●  DevOps · Travis ci · Github · Continuous integration · Ruby on Rails  ●  Jan 12, 2017
Integrating Travis CI in your Github project

In this tutorial, I am providing steps to integrate Travis CI into your public Ruby on Rails Github repository.

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How To Build a Blog using Froala-WYSIWYG Kingsley Silas Kingsley Silas  ●  Ruby on Rails · Ruby · Blog · Wysiwyg · Froala  ●  Jan 10, 2017
How To Build a Blog using Froala-WYSIWYG

In this tutorial, we will build a blog using Ruby and make use of clearance for user authentication and Froala-WYSIWYG to provide a rich editor that will enable us to style our contents.

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Anatomy of Ruby Variables Adebayo Adepoju Adebayo Adepoju  ●  Beginner · Ruby on Rails · Variables · Ruby  ●  Dec 02, 2016
Anatomy of Ruby Variables

In this post, I will look into what variables are, starting from their definition and move to exploring their use cases

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Ruby on Rails Security: Best Practices Codementor  ●  Ruby on Rails  ●  Sep 28, 2016
Ruby on Rails Security: Best Practices

This tutorial shows Ruby on Rails security best practices, and explains why it is not advisable to rely solely on built-in security features.

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Check My Code: Tips to Keep Ruby Code Smell-Free Codementor  ●  Ruby on Rails  ●  Sep 12, 2016
Check My Code: Tips to Keep Ruby Code Smell-Free

In this tutorial, we will walk through a few common Ruby code smells and how to best deodorize them. Code smells are symptoms of a deeper problem, and by eliminating them, we can leave our code elegant and odor free!

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Migrating from Rails to Sails: Comparison and Implementation Guide Christian Nwamba Christian Nwamba  ●  Ruby on Rails · Node.js · Node  ●  Sep 10, 2016
Migrating from Rails to Sails: Comparison and Implementation Guide

If you plan on migrating from Rails to Sails, first let's compare their core concepts: from their background, down to their REST implementation.

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Ruby’s Swiss Army Knife: The Enumerable Module Codementor  ●  Ruby on Rails  ●  Sep 06, 2016
Ruby’s Swiss Army Knife: The Enumerable Module

Ruby's Enumerable module is capable of solving a variety of problems with precise, compact tools, which can make you a much better Ruby programmer.

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Express vs Rails: Framework Comparison using a Simple Game API Erik Gillespie Erik Gillespie  ●  Intermediate · Ruby on Rails · Expressjs · Comparison  ●  Sep 01, 2016
Express vs Rails: Framework Comparison using a Simple Game API

A side-by-side comparison of these two frameworks (and languages) would be excellent. To make the comparison fun, I decided to port a simple web-based game (named Pegger) to each framework.

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6 Ruby Best Practices Beginners Should Know Codementor  ●  Ruby on Rails  ●  Aug 01, 2016
6 Ruby Best Practices Beginners Should Know

In this tutorial, we'll explore Ruby best practices to ensure our code is in line with Matz's principles of being legible, modular, and concise.

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