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  1. Getting started with Ruby on Rails
  2. Routing
  3. ActiveRecord
  5. ActiveRecord Migrations
  6. Rails Best Practices
  7. Naming Conventions
  8. ActionCable
  9. ActiveModel
  10. User Authentication in Rails
  11. ActiveRecord Associations
  12. ActiveRecord Validations
  13. ActiveRecord Query Interface
  14. ActionMailer
  15. Rails generate commands
  16. Configuration
  17. I18n - Internationalization
  18. Using GoogleMaps with Rails
  19. File Uploads
  20. Caching
  21. ActionController
  22. Configuration
  23. Safe Constantize
  24. Rails 5
  25. Authorization with CanCan
  26. Mongoid
  27. Gems
  28. Change default timezone
  29. Asset Pipeline
  30. Upgrading Rails
  31. ActiveRecord Locking
  32. Debugging
  33. Configure Angular with Rails
  34. Rails logger
  35. Prawn PDF
  36. Rails API
  37. Deploying a Rails app on Heroku
  38. ActiveSupport
  39. Form Helpers
  40. ActiveRecord Transactions
  41. RSpec and Ruby on Rails
  42. Decorator pattern
  43. Elasticsearch
  44. React with Rails using react-rails gem
  45. Rails Cookbook - Advanced rails recipes/learnings and coding techniques
  46. Multipurpose ActiveRecord columns
  47. Class Organization
  48. Shallow Routing
  49. Model states: AASM
  50. Rails 5 API Authetication
  51. Testing Rails Applications
  52. Active Jobs
  53. Rails frameworks over the years
  54. Nested form in Ruby on Rails
  55. Factory Girl
  56. Import whole CSV files from specific folder
  57. Tools for Ruby on Rails code optimization and cleanup
  58. ActiveJob
  59. Active Model Serializers
  60. Rails Engine - Modular Rails
  61. Single Table Inheritance
  62. ActiveRecord Transactions
  63. Turbolinks
  64. Friendly ID
  65. Securely storing authentication keys
  66. Authenticate Api using Devise
  67. Integrating React.js with Rails Using Hyperloop
  68. Change a default Rails application enviornment
  69. Rails -Engines
  70. Adding an Amazon RDS to your rails application
  71. Payment feature in rails
  72. Rails on docker
  73. Reserved Words

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231 pages, published on May 2018

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