Installing and Running Ruby on Rails 6

Installing and Running Ruby on Rails 6
Installing and Running Ruby on Rails 6
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 23m | 218 MB

Discover how to install and configure Ruby on Rails 6 on a Windows or Mac computer. This practical course covers everything you need to know to get Ruby on Rails, MySQL, and all of the supporting software up and running. Instructor Kevin Skoglund begins by stepping through how to set up a complete development environment—including Ruby, MySQL, and RubyGems—on macOS, as well as how to choose a text editor for Ruby on Rails development. Kevin then goes over the same process in Windows. To wrap up, he shows how to create, configure, and launch a Ruby on Rails project to ensure that your new installation is working properly. Whether you want to dive into the Ruby on Rails courses in our library or get your own project up and running, this course can help you get started.

Topics include:

  • Installing Ruby on Rails on macOS
  • Installing JavaScript tools for Ruby on Rails
  • Choosing a text editor for Ruby on Rails development
  • Running Ruby on Rails on Windows
  • Creating and launching a new Ruby on Rails project
  • Configuring a project to use a database
Table of Contents

1 Install and configure Ruby on Rails 6
2 Terminal and Unix setup on macOS
3 Install Homebrew on macOS
4 Install Ruby on macOS for a Rails project
5 Install Ruby on Rails on macOS
6 Install MySQL on macOS for a project database
7 Install RubyGems for MySQL
8 Install JavaScript tools for Ruby on Rails
9 Using the web server on macOS
10 Choosing a text editor on macOS for Rails development
11 Running Ruby on Rails on Windows
12 Enable Windows subsystem for Linux
13 Install Linux on Windows
14 Install Ruby on Windows for a Rails project
15 Install Ruby on Rails on Windows
16 Install MySQL on Windows for a project database
17 Install MySQL Ruby gems on Windows
18 Install JavaScript tools for Ruby on Rails
19 Using the web server on Windows
20 Choosing a text editor on Windows for Rails development
21 Create a new Ruby on Rails project
22 Configure the project to use a database
23 Launch a Ruby on Rails project
24 Next steps