Create an Image Gallery in Ruby

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Create an Image Gallery in Ruby
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Course Description

Image galleries are used everywhere on the web: for sharing photos, for promoting products, for project portfolios and many other applications. There are lots of pre-built image galleries available, but wouldn’t it be more fun to build our own? Besides, building an image gallery app is a perfect opportunity to practice using Sinatra for simple web apps with authentication, Sequel for database access and Carrierwave for file uploading. We’ll even add social media integration.

What You’ll Learn

  • Bootstrap an image gallery project using Sinatra.
  • Set up image storage.
  • Create an image display page, with JavaScript to make the page sparkle.
  • Add buttons for sharing content through social media.
  • Create a simple way for the gallery owner to log in and be authorized using HTTP basic authentication.

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.