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How To Use An API To Get Air Quality Ozone Weather Data With Ruby On Rails
Ruby on Rails can seem overwhelming at first, but it doesn’t have to be! In this course I’ll walk you through it step by step and you’ll be building your first web app in MINUTES. You’ll be amazed how quick and easy it is to create very professional looking websites, even if you have no programming or web design experience at all.
Watch over my shoulder as I build a cool Ozone Air Quality Monitoring Weather app step by step right in front of you. You’ll follow along and build your own copy. By the time we’re finished, you’ll have a solid understanding of Ruby on Rails and how to use it to build awesome web apps.
This course is aimed at the absolute beginner, you don’t need any coding experience at all!
The course contains 28 videos – and is just over 2 hours long. Watch the videos at your own pace, and post questions along the way if you get stuck. You don’t need any special knowledge or software to take this course, though any experience with HTML or CSS is a plus. You don’t even need to know the Ruby programming language. I’ll walk you through EVERYTHING.
Ruby on Rails is a great web development tool and learning it has never been this easy.
What We’ll Build…
We’ll build a cool Ozone Air Quality Monitoring Weather app that pulls Ozone Air Quality weather data from a third party government API.
You’ll learn how to use the free API in your app throughout the course.
We’ll style the website using the popular Bootstrap CSS framework (I’ll show you how to use it!)
This is a great course for someone starting out. You’ll learn all kinds of skills that will help you build just about any kind of website or web app that you like.
What you’ll learn
- Build Web Apps With Ruby On Rails
- Build Your Own Air Quality Monitoring Website
- Download and Install Ruby on Rails
- Download and Install Git Bash Terminal
- Understand Basic Terminal Commands
- Push Code To Github
- Host Web Apps On Heroku
- Understand the Bootstrap CSS Framework
- Connect To a 3rd Party API
- Understand Basic Ruby Code
Install Ruby On Rails
2 Installation Overview
3 Install Node
4 Install Sublime Text and Git Bash
5 Create an SSH Key
6 Install Heroku Toolbelt
7 Install Ruby On Rails
8 Create Test Project and Error Handling
Ruby On Rails Project Basics
9 Create Project and Homepage
10 Install Bootstrap CSS Framework
11 Create Bootstrap Navbar and Partial
12 Create Bootstrap Jumbotron
Weather Data API
13 Weather API Overview
14 Connect To Weather API
15 Output API Results To Screen
16 API Error Handling
17 Jumbotron Background Colors
18 Color Logic with Ruby
19 Change Ozone Description
Zipcode Search Functionality
20 Navbar Search Form
21 Search Functionality
22 Search Form Error Handling
23 Search Form API Connection
Version Control and Webhosting
24 Version Control With Git
25 Push Code To Github
26 Intro To Heroku For Free Webhosting
27 Using Custom Domain Names With Heroku
28 Conclusion – Bonus Lecture