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As a Rails developer, you care about individual experience as well as performance, however you additionally desire basic as well as maintainable code. Attain all that by accepting the full pile of web growth, from styling with Bootstrap, constructing an interactive user interface with AngularJS, to saving data promptly as well as dependably in PostgreSQL. Take an all natural view of full-stack growth to develop functional, high-performing applications, as well as learn how to use these modern technologies successfully in a Ruby on Rails atmosphere.
Rails is an excellent tool for building internet applications, however it's not the very best at every little thing. Embrace the attributes developed into your data source. Discover ways to utilize front-end structures. Seize the power of the application pile through AngularJS, Bootstrap, and PostgreSQL. When made use of with each other, these powerful as well as user friendly devices will certainly open you to a new world of possibilities. In each chapter of this publication, you'll discover exactly how these innovations can interact inside a Rails app to deliver well-performing applications that supply excellent user experiences.
Produce a usable as well as attractive login type utilizing Bootstrap's designs, while making certain the data source table backing it is safe and secure, making use of Postgres' check restraints. You'll see exactly how creating a sophisticated Postgres index for a case-insensitive search can speed up your back-end– enabling you to create an extremely dynamic individual experience making use of AngularJS. You'll create complicated user interfaces using Bootstrap's grid, along with Angular's type support, backed by an appeared view for caching within Postgres. You'll get your front-end working with the Asset Pipeline, use Postgres' attributes from movements, and compose system examinations for all of it. All of this within Rails.
You'll acquire the confidence to work at every degree of the application stack, bringing the best solution to every issue.
What You Need:
- Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf; 1 edition (February 5, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1680501267
- ISBN-13: 978-1680501261
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.6 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces
One person found this helpful.
A must-have for taking Rails development to the next level.
Great learning tool.
Great book. I’m still new to Rails, Angular, Postgres and Bootstrap. This book helped to encapsulate all of these tools into one app.
but so far its been a great read, learning a ton of interesting and practical …
Only about half way through… but so far its been a great read, learning a ton of interesting and practical skills. Author is really helpful and responsive on the forum for the book as well.
excellent online trouble shooting by the author
very well-written text, excellent online trouble shooting by the author, and easy to follow, step by step teaching method.
Took my Postgres and angular knowledge to a new level in a seamless timely fashion. Highly recommend it; a must read
A book on building advanced web applications
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I am the architect and implementer of nderground (nderground dot net) a social network built with the Grails framework. The implementation languages of Grails are Groovy and Java. In building nderground I used Postgres (the managed Amazon service RDS/Postgres). I have used Bootstrap to build the nderground web pages.
Guide to Enterprise Development with Open Source
2 people found this helpful.
This is an outstanding book that covers the entire gamut of web development from server to business logic to html output using all free tools, most prominently Ruby On Rails, which is the brainchild of a Danish programmer named David Heinemeier Hansson. The ‘gamut’ is typically referred to as full-stack development. Even with a long title, which includes the core technologies Rails, Angular, Postgres, and Bootstrap, the title could have been, or should have been, longer to also include many more technologies.
The author is covering a very wide range of topics and he does a good job of providing enough information without getting bogged
5 people found this helpful.
Overall this is a decent book. The author is covering a very wide range of topics and he does a good job of providing enough information without getting bogged down. He also does a great job of building to an interface and slowly adding complexity to the examples.
Love it–from a Novice point of view.
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I recently started working for a company that is a top tier SaaS provider and utilizes the full java stack to provide an end to end solution. Having never worked in that type of business before I wanted to wrap my head around what a full application development process would be like. Granted this utilizes the Rails stack, but it is quite similar to any other stack….the book walks you through a full application development and deployment; end to end. While this may not apply, fully, to my companies solution, it gives me a great runbook of how an application utilizing open source technologies should work from end to end. I am no coder….but I am interested in coding and definitely interested in knowing the processes and steps required to make an application (web based) to run from end to end. This book clearly defines the requirements with detailed setup help to make sure you have the required software to get started. It walks you through the process and helps you understand the ‘WHY’….the reason that you are doing what you are doing. The book not only focuses on the code portion (the backend) but also on the front end…the design of what a user is seeing….(I refer to this as the KISSUS model: keep it simple so users smile); what good is an application that has terrible frontend design. Having never worked in an application environment this book helped put a lot of things in perspective for me and I feel a little more educated when having discussions at work.