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Catching signals from the operating system like Ctrl-C can be very useful for safely shutting down your Ruby process. In this lesson, we'll see how the Rails server catches Ctrl-C and gracefully shuts down.
In this lesson, we will look at the various ways we can use the super keyword in Ruby in regard to forwarding method arguments to the equivalent method in a parent class.
Bundler 2.4.19 introduces a new "file:" option for specifying the Ruby version file. This makes it easy for you to have a single point of truth for your Ruby version file.
We look at using the built in SimpleDelegator class to easily create decorators for objects.
Over time, you'll need to upgrade the Ruby version of your Rails application. For example, a new version of Ruby was released since we started this series that fixes a couple security issues in Ruby so we'll teach you how to upgrade your Ruby version.
Object oriented programming and Ruby go hand in hand. This lesson, we'll learn how to define classes and create instances of them to organize our code.
Loops allow you to run code multiple times. This is handy when you need to process a group of items one at a time until the entire group is finished. We'll also learn about Ruby blocks to define the set of operations.
So far, our project has been a single line of operation. We can refactor this to use methods to reuse code in various ways.
A method or function is a way to define a group of code that can be used repeatedly. We'll learn how to define methods in our Ruby code and then use them multiple times.
Conditionals allow your code to take different paths. Learn how to use conditionals like if statements in your Ruby code
Learn how to use Hashes in your Ruby code
Learn how to use Arrays in your Ruby code
Learn how to use Integers and Floats in your Ruby code
Learn how Strings work in Ruby
Learn how to execute Ruby Scripts and interactively run Ruby code in IRB
In this episode we will look at using Ruby's built-in Net::HTTP class to build API clients for making http requests.
Rails uses the Ruby subscript operator to implement versioning with ActiveRecord Migrations. We'll learn how this works and implement it from scratch to see how it all ties together
In this episode, we will look at an option for beginning to refactor your code architecture to use modules as a first step to potentially extracting a new class.
In this episode, we look at how to get started making utility programs with Ruby similar to the built in cat and grep programs.
Debugging Ruby with the Caller method
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