Command-Line Apps in Ruby

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Welcome to the “Command-Line Apps with Ruby” course! This course will get you up and running on how to build fantastic applications for the command line, using the Ruby language.

 

In this course, we’ll cover two awesome frameworks: Thor and GLI. They are similar in context but serve different crowds and purposes. You’ll learn the differences between the two and when to use each one.

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Introduction

04:23

1.Introduction
2 lessons, 10:48

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1.1
Introduction
04:23

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1.2
Command line Features
06:25

2.Thor
3 lessons, 34:05

2.1
Hello World with Thor
06:15

2.2
Thor Options and Arguments
16:16

2.3
Thor Subcommands
11:34

3.GLI
3 lessons, 33:52

3.1
Introduction to GLI
12:08

3.2
GLI Options and Arguments
14:56

3.3
GLI Subcommands
06:48

4.Extras
4 lessons, 58:10

4.1
Interactivity with Highline
14:41

4.2
Testing with Aruba
14:42

4.3
Coloring with Rainbow
12:43

4.4
Formatted Tables with Terminal-Table
16:04

5.Conclusion
2 lessons, 35:41

5.1
Build a CLI App
30:51

5.2
Final Tips
04:50


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Lessons:
14
Length:
2.9 hours
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About José Mota
I'm a Rubyist/Javascripter/UI designer; occasional speaker; Mac & Arch Linux user.
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