Blank Slates in Ruby on Rails
56-minute Ruby CourseStart Course
About this Course
The blank slate of an application is the "first-run" experience of an application when it has no data. Most applications look their best when they have user data and it's important to guide them through using your application. First, we'll learn how to implement a blank slate in an existing Ruby on Rails application, then we'll enhance our application by adding static pages and a tutorial.
What you'll learn
- Ruby on Rails
- Blank Slates
- Static Pages in Ruby on Rails
When not fighting web crime, Jason Seifer is a teacher at Treehouse. He's passionate about the web and programming. You can find Jason on Twitter at @jseifer and on his personal blog at jasonseifer.com.
Nick is a teacher at Treehouse and an independent game developer. His Twitter handle is @nickrp.
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