Modern web applications are expected to facilitate collaboration, with user participation being a significant facet of the system. Components such as wikis, blogs, and forums are now commonplace. While feature sets continue to expand, there is continuing pressure to develop and deploy capabilities more quickly to enable organizations to remain competitive. This pressure has led to the development of languages and frameworks geared toward rapid prototyping, with Ruby on Rails being the most popular. Ruby on Rails is a model-view-controller (MVC) framework that enables efficient application development and deployment. Techniques such as convention over configuration and object-relational mapping with ActiveRecord along with enhanced AJAX support offer a simple environment with significant productivity gains. This code-intensive course introduces Ruby on Rails, the patterns it implements, and its applicability to the rapid development of collaborative applications.
Course prerequisites: 
605.481 Principles of Enterprise Web Development or equivalent.
Course instructor: 
Hazins

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Course all programs: 
Computer Science
Information Systems Engineering