Create a Rails API

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Create a Rails API
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Course Description

Since its release many years ago, Ruby on Rails has become a staple of the web development industry. Today however, web architectures tend to favour the integration of separate services, or front-end code connecting to the back-end through JSON APIs.

Rails hasn’t always had strong support for API development. However, community-built gems have filled the gap, and Rails is now an excellent choice for developing a server-side API. In this course, Envato Tuts+ instructor José Mota will show you how to get started with API development in Ruby on Rails to deliver data through JSON.

What You’ll Learn

  • Build a Rails API for managing a restaurant.
  • Go through each of the steps, from managing tables and creating orders to handling payments and receipts.
  • Explore refactoring opportunities.
  • Introduce extra features like pagination and email notifications.
  • Use Active Model Serializers to control data representation.
  • Create efficient documentation with Apiary.

About the Instructor

José Mota is a Rubyist, Javascripter, UI designer, occasional speaker, and Mac & Arch Linux user. You can find out more on his website.