This is an introduction to the Ruby on Rails web development framework. Ruby on Rails used to develop interactive database driven websites.
Ruby on Rails has become popular because of the speed with which these kinds of applications can be developed. As a result, it is popular with technology start-ups and large technology companies such as Amazon, Twitter, and the BBC.
The Stow College Ruby on Rails course is listed on the ILA Scotland website and any eligible candidate may choose to use his/her ILA against the course fee.
A basic knowledge of Object Oriented Programming, Database Design and HTML is desireable.
This will be a practical course which will see each student building his or her own web-application from scratch. In particular students will learn:
13th August 2012, 5th November 2012, 18th February 2013, 15th April 2013
Can lead to:
Students may progress to further web development / computing training.
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