This course will be retired on April 30, 2018. We recommend "Rails Routes and Resources" for up-to-date content.
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Email with Rails1:08 with Jason Seifer
In Ruby on Rails, it’s possible to send emails when certain actions are triggered. Let's learn a little more about mailer classes.
In this course, we're going to take an existing to-do list application
called ODOT and add email functionality, a blank slate, and an app tutorial.
Ruby on Rails has email functionality built in, and
we can use this to send to-do lists.
>> We'll also create a blank slate which will be displayed when the application
has no data.
Finally, we'll create a simple app tutorial that
will be shown the first time a user signs into ODOT.
>> Keep in mind that this is an existing application.
If you'd like to follow along with the process of building the application,
there are several other courses on Treehouse that cover the process and
we've linked them here.
You can download the project files attached to this video
if you'd like to pick up where we're starting.
>> Since we're going to be working with Ruby on Rails, it's important to have it
installed on your computer as you go through the course.
If you don't have it installed, please check out the installing a Ruby
development environment series link below this video.
>> There's a lot to do, so let's get started.
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