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A Beginner's guide to Ruby on Rails MVC (Model View Controller) Pattern | Hacker Noon

In this article, we’re going to learn a little more about the MVC, the system Architecture at the core of the Rails Framework for Software Development. Hopefully, by the end of it, you’ll know why working with a system architecture can make all the difference when developing an app.

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What Is MVC? Simple Explanation
What Is MVC? Simple Explanation
What Is MVC? Simple Explanation

In this video we will talk about the basics of what MVC or Model View Controller is and how the design pattern works. We will look at some pseudocode as well...

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What is a gem? - RubyGems Guides

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RubyConf AU 2017 - How does Bundler work anyway?, by Andre Arko
RubyConf AU 2017 - How does Bundler work anyway?, by Andre Arko
RubyConf AU 2017 - How does Bundler work anyway?, by Andre Arko

http://www.rubyconf.org.au We all use Bundler at some point, and most of us use it every day. But what does it do, exactly? Why do we have to use bundle exec...

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Use Rails > 6 and Ruby > 2.6 , database: Postgres
Build a RESTful JSON API With Rails 5 - Part One ― Scotch.io

Rails makes it easy to build JSON APIs

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A Deep Dive into the Ruby Object Model
A Deep Dive into the Ruby Object Model
A Deep Dive into the Ruby Object Model

How does Ruby internally represent and connect classes, objects, superclasses, etc? This video taken from my Ruby Reloaded course digs deep into what's going...

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Rails API: Generating an API Only Rails App - [001]
Rails API: Generating an API Only Rails App - [001]
Rails API: Generating an API Only Rails App - [001]

In this episode we do a brief review of what we have so far for the front end and move over to generate the back end rails app that will serve our front-end....

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A Deep Dive into Routing and Controller Dispatch in Rails | by Alex Taylor | Ruby Inside | Medium

Let’s explore how routing works under the hood in Rails. How does a web request make it all the way to your Rails controller?