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What you will learn and build1:04
Create a new rails application1:18
Generating a Page in Ruby on Rails1:38
What does Rails generate controller actually do?1:09
Add Some Interesting Text About You!1:08
Lets Add Social Media Icons3:55
Lets Create a Home Page1:40
Add Bootstrap - front end framework2:39
Add & Style Container4:20
Add Full Size Background3:00
Installing Google Fonts & adding the finishing touches5:25
About This Class
Hello & welcome everyone my name is Neil Patel & I am super excited! that you’ve signed up for this course, today we are going to learn how to code a personal splash page in under 30 mins using Ruby on Rails , HTML and CSS.
If you're just looking for a simple way to unify all your online profiles, these personal splash pages are a perfect fit. Not everyone has the time to build a fully fledged website
What you will learn
We'll start off with the basics such as creating a Ruby on rails page and opening your first HTML document / full size background , adding social media icons, opacity , rounded containers , Google fonts , containers.
Who’s it for?
- Learning to Code
- Want to attend a hackathon
- Looking to build a side project
- Want to unify all your online profiles
- Want to tell the world how awesome you are in 2015
The course is divided into easy to understand sections
1. Create Your Page
2. Add Social Media Icons
3. Creating a root
4. Add Bootstrap
5. Adding the Container
6. Styling the Container
7. Add Full Page Background
8. Add Google Fonts
At the end of the class , it will give you the ABILITY to create your own personal splash page on your own quickly and easier than before. Show the world how amazing YOU ARE!
You don’t have to be a hardcore software developer or technical wiz to complete this course
P.S - “Learning is not a spectator sport.” ~D. Blocher
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This is an awesome course, especially if you want to get under the hood and see some bootstrap CSS in action.
Clear, simple way to get started with rails and understand how to implement Bootstrap. Also, I found Neil to be responsive to your comments/notes/questions.