Make sure you have Sublime Text and the Command Line ready before moving on.
Feel free to play around with the look and feel of your command line so that you can get something you like working with.
In this lesson, I show you how you might troubleshoot a problem during the installation process in case you run into one. (Feel free to skip this step if your installation worked fine and you just want to jump directly to coding.)
I'm going to show you how to run your first Ruby code with the Interactive Ruby Shell (IRB).
I'm going to show you how to write and run your first Ruby script. Are you ready? You're about to get 20% more awesome.
Ahh help! Help! Its not working! Before you freak out, let me walk you through what might go wrong when you make a typo, and how you can fix it.
We're going to practice the truth table stuff together so that you get a better hang of it.
Loops let you do the same thing over everything in a list. Confused? Their really useful. Let me show you want I mean.
Make an improvement on the simple weather API script we built in the last lesson.
In this lesson we'll combine HTML and Ruby for the first time using a View.
Routing lets you create different pages and different ways of interacting with your Web App
In this lesson you'll learn how to accept user input through a form.
Finally we'll create a new route to accept the POST request from the form.