Ruby is a dynamic, reflective, object-oriented, general-purpose programming language which supports multiple programming paradigms.
In this tutorial, you will install and use Stimulus to build on an existing Rails application that offers readers information about sharks. The application already has a model for handling shark data, but you will add a nested resource for posts about individual sharks, allowing users to build out a body of thoughts and opinions about sharks. You will use Stimulus to manipulate the position and appearance of posts on the page.
The “Hello, World!” program is a classic and time-honored tradition in computer programming. It's a simple and complete first program for beginners, and it's a good way to make sure your environment is properly configured. This tutorial will walk you through creating this program in Ruby.
Arrays let you represent lists of data in your programs. Once you have data in an array, you can sort it, remove duplicates, reverse its order, extract sections of the array, or search through arrays for specific data. You can also convert an array to a string, transform one array of data into another, and roll up an array into a single value. In this tutorial, you'll explore some of the most practical methods Ruby provides for working with data stored in arrays.