Introduction0:53 with Jay McGavren
Let's practice some basic skills you'll need when creating Rails apps.
These practice sessions are intended to let you practice your Ruby on Rails skills. They won't teach you how to use Ruby or Rails.
If you're not already familiar with Ruby, you should take the courses in our Learn Ruby track first.
If you know Ruby but not Rails, you should take our Ruby on Rails 5 Basics course first.
[MUSIC] 0:00 Let's practice working with Ruby on Rails to make sure that everything you've 0:05 learned so far sticks. 0:08 We'll review how to generate Rails resources, how to create read, update and 0:09 delete model objects, and how to work with Rails models views and controllers. 0:13 If you're not familiar with these topics, 0:17 check the teacher's notes attached to this video for links where you can learn more. 0:19 We're going to give you a series of code challenges. 0:24 These challenges may be tougher than what you see in our main Rails courses. 0:26 And the solutions may not be obvious at first. 0:30 They're designed to make your brain work a bit, to remember what you've learned, and 0:33 apply it in new ways. 0:36 In the end, all of this will help solidify your Rails learning, 0:38 and make you a better, more confident programmer. 0:41 If you get stuck, feel free to ask for help in our community forum. 0:44 Asking questions is part of the learning process, too. 0:48 Ready? 0:51 Let's get some practice. 0:52
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