Introduction To The Ruby Programming Language, Why Learn Ruby, What Ruby Is, Ruby Features, Ruby Installation Process And Creating Your First Ruby Helloworld Application.
This is an introductory tutorial that will help you to get started with creating web applications using the RUBY programming language. Ruby is a popular programming language that is also behind one of the most popular web development frameworks called RUBY ON RAILS. It is also an open source programming language that is designed to be simple to use while allowing you to be highly productive and it has a syntax style that takes little effort to learn and understand. Ruby is also built as an object oriented programming language and was designed to be simple and comprehensible. It can be a complete joy to use RUBY when creating web applications and when compared with Java, you’ll see that lists sort themselves, strings of text can capitalize themselves, numbers can round themselves, and so much more! The aim of this tutorial is to help you understand why any web developer should learn RUBY, What Ruby is, some of the features that RUBY has on offer as well as the installation process of RUBY on a Windows computer or on a Mac. You can also watch a FREE video tutorial on youtube, click on the VIEW YOUTUBE TUTORIAL button to watch it now!
In order to complete this tutorial successfully, here’s a list of items that we recommend you should have before hand. Please ensure to have these items available before taking implementation action on this tutorial:
1) A desktop or laptop with atleast a dual core processor, 4GB RAM and atleast 50GB of free disk space
2) Operating systems: Windows 7, 8, 10, Mac0S 10.13.6 or newer, Linux Ubuntu or any other supported linux distro.
3) A web server e.g LAMP server
4) A web browser such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge or Safari
5) Ruby as well as Ruby ON RAILS installation files.
1) What is the RUBY programming language
2) Why should you learn RUBY
3) Learn about Ruby features
4) Learn how to install RUBY on your computer
5) Learn how to create a simple RUBY helloworld application in minutes!