Introduction to Sinatra Course
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You kept asking for it and so here it is – the new introductory, intensive, online course that helps you get started with Sinatra.
Sinatra – quickly create tiny web apps and services
Sinatra is a microframework for quickly creating tiny web-applications and small services in Ruby. It is not a Model-View-Controller (MVC) based framework.
Please read – Sinatra, a Ruby web framework, and Why it Matters.
Thanks to RailsPlayground for sponsoring a free hosting account for RubyLearning to host the apps created in this course.
What Will I Learn?
In this introductory course, youâ€™ll learn the essential features of Sinatra that youâ€™ll end up using every day. The course topics are:
- Introduction to Sinatra
- What is Sinatra?
- A quick look at HTTP
- Whatâ€™s HTTP?
- Loading a web page
- HTTP request methods
- A quick look at Routes
- A trivial Sinatra application
- A simple text reversing service
- Simple CRUD app with Sinatra
You can read through the RubyLearning FAQ.
Whoâ€™s It For?
Anyone who knows the Ruby programming language can take the “Introduction to Sinatra” course, and is a starting point for people new to Sinatra and a guide to help learn it as quickly and easily as possible.
Early Bird Registration Discounts
- For the first 15 registrations, Course Fee: US$ 3 per participant.
- For the next 25 registrations, Course Fee US$ 4 per participant.
- After the first 40 registrations, Course Fee US$ 5 per participant.
The course fee goes towards maintaining RubyLearning and helps provide quality content to you.
So hurry, registrations have started.
By the end of the course, you can quickly create your own tiny web-applications in Ruby and write lots of small services.