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Ruby On Rails Class

Categories: Web Design Classes

Take your web framework to the next level with our Ruby on Rails class

Class Description

Ruby on Rails (or “Rails” for short), is an increasingly popular framework for building websites by combining the Ruby language with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create an application that runs on a web server. Like similar programming languages such as Java, Ruby on Rails, is streamlined and requires less code for basic structures.
Completing the Ruby on Rails course at Digital Workshop Center will give you the skills needed to develop and deploy a Ruby on Rails application. You will learn the major components of the Ruby on Rails frameworks and get hands on, practical examples that can be applied to your own application.

In addition, this course will cover current industry practices and provide helpful resources for furthering your Ruby on Rails education. The course is comprised of 35 hours of classroom instruction, with approximately 70-100 hours of independent study. Each student will be asked to complete a portfolio project as a showcase of their new Ruby on Rails knowledge.

Ruby on Rails Classes at Digital Workshop Center
Ruby on Rails Class Objectives - Digital Workshop Center

Class Objectives

Upon successful completion of our Ruby on Rails class, students will be able to:

  • Describe MVC (Model-View-Controller) and how its used in a web framework
  • Use Agile development techniques
  • Describe testing and it’s importance as a developer
  • Build their own Rails 4 application using industry standard tools and techniques
  • Deploy their application on the web
Class Includes - Digital Workshop Center

Class Includes:

  • 35 hours of training
  • Professional Textbook
  • Download materials with practice data files
  • Free access to CoWorking space on class days (FC Only)
  • One month of technical support
  • Certificate of Completion
General Information - Digital Wiorkshop Center

General Info:

  • Target student: Advanced
  • Coursework may be assigned outside of class
  • Computer & software provided in class
  • Class size limited

* Students should expect approximately 70-100 hours of independent study and critical thinking work outside of class.  Instructors will be available for mentorship and answering questions during the enrollment period.

Class Pre Requisites - Digital Workshop Center

Pre-requisites:

* Students should expect approximately 70-100 hours of independent study and critical thinking work outside of class.  Instructors will be available for mentorship and answering questions during the enrollment period.
Training Type
Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.  Available for Private or Group Sessions.
Financial Aid
Click here to learn more about financial aid options including DWC’s 6-month payment plan, WIOA Workforce grant funding and more.
Terms & Conditions
Please read our Terms and Conditions before you register.

This class is currently offered in a private format.