Who. When. And Why (In just one quick minute)
This is it. The official soundtrack for One Month Stripe Payments
Do you have the latest version of Ruby & Rails? Check it out.
In a few steps we'll be up and running
Let's use routes to point us in the right direction!
Create and name a new page
Let's upload our project to the Web
Push it real good
Add some professional polish before we get started!
Pull it up by its bootstrap
How can we manipulate the front end to make it look awesome? Download the template from Github and start building.
Twerking it to make it look a little better
Our Page looks alright, but let's make it look better
Looking good! Let's make it look even better
Let's clean it up our content!
Let's learn more about e-commerce's darling
Adding a gem is pretty straight forward. Just make sure your Git status is clear and let's dive in!
How do we integrate Stripe into our project?
Get the keys and turn on the Stripe engine
Have an error? Let's fix it by hand
A step that'll last your app's entire life
How does this work? And how do you implement it?
We're working locally, now let's get live!
We want a more seductive looking form
Problems on the client side? Use these tools to fix it
A tip for a quicker fix
Hey! You've got a good looking purchase form!
How are things working on Heroku?
Now we're getting somewhere!
Making our designs look right
Avoid friction and complexity! Let's simplify
Give the people what they want!
We've built the infrastructure, now let's send it!
Let's see if it works
Let's manage our purchases!
We've build something pretty cool, but let's go even further!
Let's build some important stuff!
Reworkin' and twerkin!
We're looking good, but our page still needs a few things
Fixing Up the Purchases Show page
Got a problem? No worries! Let's fix it.
Let's get some hands-on experience
What's the plan, Stan?
Y'all ready for this? Let's do it!
Updates are the best kind of dates
I've got all these great products! How do I display them?
This will help you implement multiple products. Download the images and an updated version of the HTML/CSS project with multiple products.
Hey! What's your function?
Let's learn a slick trick for solving a problem
Just a few more tips
Details create the big picture
Don't pop the cork just yet...
We think you're pretty awesome.
Maybe you saw Peter use the command "$ git s" instead of "$ git status"? That's a Git alias. Let's setup a few helpful aliases.
The "$ subl" command launches Sublime Text directly from your terminal window. It's a huge time-saver.
Sell this video and get growth hacking!
Have fun customizing these two templates to fit your theme. It's pretty easy to change the colors, width and images to fit any project.
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