Certified IT Training - Ruby DeveloperTeknowledge
Price on request
- 80 hours of class
This certification training module program will assist you get hold of superior skills for becoming a Professional Ruby Developer as per the conventions governing this training module. This module is much in demand for aspirants desirous of becoming a professional expert in this domain. Students are given ample amount of realistic training taking into consideration contemporary ruby associated applications. This is facilitated to impart them with professional expertise. On wrapping up of this course the applicant can connect the industry as a Professional Developer. In this Ruby on Rails training course, students will study to produce database-driven websites using Ruby on Rails. They will study to install Ruby and Rails, to plan in Ruby in addition to make use of Ajax in their Ruby on Rails applications. The aim of this course is as follows
" Study to install in addition to construct Ruby and Rails
" Comprehend the Model-View-Controller scaffold structural design
" Study to program in Ruby
" Study to build database-driven applications in the company of Ruby on Rails
" Study to work with templates
" Study to use Ajax in Ruby on Rails applications
" Study to test Ruby on Rails applications
Topics which you will be studying in this module
Chapter -What is Ruby
Chapter -What is it used for
Chapter -Where do I get as well as install Ruby
Chapter -Core facilities, built-in library as well as stas well asard library.
Chapter -Basic concepts - object orientation, regular expressions, arrays, hashes, and so forth
Chapter -Basic Ruby Language Elements
Chapter -Structure of statements as well as comments.
Chapter -Variables as well as constants.
Chapter -Operators. Assignments, calculations, and so forth Integer, float as well as string formats.
Chapter -Single as well as double quotes, here documents, general strings.
Chapter -Control Structures
Chapter -Blocks as well as the if statement.
Chapter -Writing conditions.
Chapter -Comparative, boolean as well as range operators.
Chapter -Conditionals - if, unless, case, and so forth Loops - while, for in, until, and so forth break, next, retry as well as redo. defined as well as ternary operators.
Chapter -Object Orientation: Individual Objects
Chapter -History - unstructured as well as structured code. Introduction to object oriented programming.
Chapter -Classes as well as methods.
Chapter -Static as well as nonstatic.
Chapter -Instances, constructors as well as destructors.
Chapter -Supported database backends
Chapter -Ruby installation
Chapter -InstantRails for Windows
Chapter -controller/action/id URL semantics
Chapter -Dispatcher as well as routing roadmap
Chapter -Basic custom route creation
Chapter -Examining the log files
Chapter -Basic object-orientation concepts
Chapter -Naming conventions
Chapter -Variable assignment
Chapter -Local vs. instance variables
Chapter -Method-calling semantics
Chapter -Method arguments as well as return values
Chapter -Default migrations
Chapter -Customizing migrations
Chapter -Migrating backwards
Chapter -Creating controllers as well as views with generate
Chapter -Default rendering rules
Chapter -Shared controller/template instance variables
Chapter -Separating controller logic from view specifics
Chapter -Using form helper methods
Chapter -Magic field initialization from instance variables
Chapter -Accessing CGI data through the params hash
Chapter -Mailing lists
Chapter -IRC channels
Chapter -Using Ruby/DBI to connect to MySQL, Oracle, and so forth
Chapter -MVC ARCHITECTURE
Chapter -What is MVC Architecture
IChapter -mportance of it
Chapter -How it helps
Chapter -What are WebApplications
Chapter -Essentials of WebApplications
Chapter -Chapter -SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle)
Chapter -Database Architecture
Chapter -Configuration Management (concept & tools)
Chapter -Application/Web Servers
Chapter -Rails Framework
Chapter -What is Ruby on Rails
Chapter -MVC (Model, view, controller) design principles.
Chapter -Rails structures -
Chapter -WEBrick servers,
Chapter -URLs as well as embedded code.
Chapter -Directory structure.
Chapter -Database connections.
Chapter -Creating the application
Chapter -the database as well as tables.
Chapter -First application through Scaffolds.
Chapter -Validation as well as customising the display.
Chapter -Adding a new controller.
Adding viewers as well as layouts.
Chapter -Active Records.
Chapter -Emailing as well as logging from within Rails.
Chapter -What is AJAX
Chapter -Ajax on Rails
Chapter -How to implement AJAX on Rails framework
Chapter -What is Protoype
Chapter -What is Scriptaculous
Chapter -Ajax Effects.
Chapter -Rich UI experience.
Chapter -Visual Effects.
Chapter -Extending Rails with plugins.
Chapter -Introduction to Capistrano.
Chapter -Advanced Ruby on Rails development
Chapter -Best practices for Rails application deployment.
Chapter -Optimizing a Ruby on Rails application.
Chapter -Internationalization with Rails.