Created by:  Johns Hopkins University

  • Kalman Hazins

    Taught by:  Kalman Hazins, Adjunct Professor, Graduate Computer Science

    Whiting School of Engineering
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Commitment3 weeks of study, 2-3 hours/week
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How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 1,299 ratings

Needs to work with rails 5. Actual assignment for RoR isn't that long but making it work with the provided Gem file to pass the graded took a while.

Very good, congratulations!

It was helpful course.

Amazing course lots to learn. The only flaw i would say is that rails has changed a lot and so have some of the online resources used by this course but the course video's haven't. That being said, It is likely you will find a solution to your problem in the discussion forums, so always check there when doing whatever you are doing. Additionally when i took this course rails 4.2.8 was the version used by the course, so it will be super beneficial to have this version for the course. (And don't worry, rails 5.0.3 isn't super different so don't worry about not getting to understand the latest version).