Beginner’s Guide: Build & Deploy a Web App with Ruby on Rails

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This post will cover the fundamentals of deploying a single web application as taught in a Women Who Code NYC workshop. Everything should be followed from start to finish through this post.

What we will do

The objective is for everyone to be able to create their own app, push the code to GitHub, and deploy the code to an…

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Node.js Language Owner at Heroku. Programmer, student, cat mom & hot sauce collector in Brooklyn.

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Node.js Language Owner at Heroku. Programmer, student, cat mom & hot sauce collector in Brooklyn.

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