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Introduction to Ruby

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00: Course Introduction 3
01: Introduction and Types 38
02: Loops and Arrays 34
03: Hash and Decision Structures 27
04: Functions 27
05: Classes 36
06: Input/Output 20
07: Handling Exceptions 21
08: Modules and Libraries 32
09: Strings 31
10: Web Development Using Ruby 16
11: Graphical User Interface 13
12: Review of Key Concepts 40
13: Course Summary & Evaluation 4
Meet The Instructor - Dr. Biswajit Panja 2
Course Survey
Total: 5 hours 44 minutes

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Description

In this Introduction to Ruby online training course, you will learn the the basic concepts of Ruby. You will begin with the basic Ruby programs and gradually be introduced to other concept with increasing complexity. We will also discuss the Object Oriented features of Ruby, and how to handle exceptions, and we will conclude with how to build a Graphical User Interface (GUI).

Prerequisites

None

Objectives

As a result of taking this Ruby training course, you will be able to:

  • Write programs using Ruby
  • Use the basic syntax of Ruby
  • Discuss Object Oriented features of Ruby
  • Work with files
  • Create a GUI

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Prerequisites

None

Introduction to Ruby Outline

Module 00: Introduction to Ruby Online Training - Course Introduction

Module 01: Introduction and Types

  • The Ruby Interactive Shell
  • Language Components Numbers
  • Simple Input and Output
  • Strings
  • The Class
  • Class Comments

Module 02: Loops and Arrays

  • Loops
  • Arrays
  • Hashes
  • Iterators with Arrays and Hashes
  • Decision Making
  • Regular Expressions

Module 03: Hash and Decision Structures

  • The case Construct
  • Functions
  • Object Orientation in Ruby
  • Command Line Arguments
  • Symbols

Module 04: Functions

  • Using Hashes as Function Arguments
  • Odds and Ends
  • Class Creation
  • Objects
  • Methods
  • Inheritance

Module 05: Classes

  • Different Access Levels- Private, Public, Protected
  • Variables and their Scope
  • Global Variables
  • Built-in Classes

Module 06: Input/Output

  • Standard Input/Output
  • Reading from a File
  • Writing to a File
  • Iterators for Reading and Writing
  • Working with Directories

Module 07: Handling Exceptions

  • Exceptions : Basics
  • Handling Exceptions
  • Rescue Clauses
  • Ensure, Retry, and Raise
  • Custom Exceptions
  • Catch and Throw statements

Module 08: Modules and Libraries

  • Modules
  • Mixins
  • Comparable Module
  • Yield
  • Enumerable Module

Module 09: Strings

  • Proc-objects
  • Closures
  • File Organization

Module 10: Web Development Using Ruby

  • Strings
  • Selection Operator
  • Index and Numerical Methods
  • upto Method

Module 11: Graphical User Interface

  • Substituting
  • Processing Line
  • CGI : Basics
  • CGI : Output
  • Working with Files

Module 12: Review of Key Concepts

  • GUI : Introduction
  • Event Driven Programming
  • Buttons – Radio, Check
  • Text
  • Example

Module 13: Introduction to Ruby Online Training - Course Summary

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Important Links

  • Course Survey
  • Ruby Software
  • GUI Libraries

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