By Cristian Cisneros | January 8, 2015 | 0 Comment
When I first started dabbling in Ruby On Rails, it all seemed overwhelming at first. I couldn’t believe how incredibly difficult it was to set up a development environment. Every tutorial online was outdated and it seemed like only people who owned Macs were the only ones who can set up their environments. So I was curious to see if the instructor was going to suggest a Mac and I was delighted he chose to teach the course using C9.io, a cloud IDE service.
The course contained 21 lectures and the web application we designed was a Pinterest clone.
Here are the list of topics we went over: