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In this lesson, we will have a look at the elements used to markup text content in HTML.
In this lesson, we will learn about the basic structure of HTML documents.
In this lesson, we will look at a key element in what make the web, the web. Hyperlinks.
In this lesson, we will learn what HTML is and why we need to know about it.
In this lesson, we will learn about how to display content in a list and how we can use list elements to create navigational aids for our webpages.
In this lesson, we will learn about how to display images on our webpages.
In this lesson, we will lay down our foundational knowledge of forms on the web, knowledge that will be used throughout your career as a web developer.
In this lesson, we will explore the button element and some of the lesser known attributes/functionality that can be added to them.
In this lesson, we will explore the other types of input elements which we can use in our forms.
In this lesson, we will step briefly into the world of forms in Rails to see the naming conventions Rails uses to help us get structured data from form submissions in our Rails applications.
In this lesson, we will learn about how to provide better structure to our webpages using more semantic elements from HTML5.
Rails.env looks and acts like a Ruby String, but you can call methods with question marks on it. In this lesson, we'll learn how it works using ActiveSupport StringInquirer.
At Rails World 2023, Chris Oliver gave a talk about Powerful Rails features you might not know to cover small, but incredibly useful techniques you can use to write better Rails applications.
In this episode, we will look into the new health check endpoint that will come by default in a Rails 7.1 application.
How to upgrade to Rails 7.1 This will also work with any other version and offers a few tips on how to test things out and revert back if necessary.
Normalizing data has always been a pain in Rails, but not anymore! Instead of callbacks or overriding setters, Rails 7.1 introduces "normalizes" to make normalizing data easy.
Rails 7.1 introduces many new features for authentication. In this lesson, we'll show you how to implement authentication from scratch using Rails 7.1's new features.
In this episode we discuss how to extend Rails (gently) with Kasper Timm Hansen and a few of his open source gems. The important idea here is for people to try to come up with their own ideas of making Rails better.
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.
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