Rails: Associations I Use associations to model one-to-many relationships. Project: Bass Music Bass wants a Rails app for their music streaming service. Project: Portfolio Make a portfolio app to feature your projects. Project: Stories Stories is making a landing page for their upcoming travel journal app. Authentication Project: Newsstand 2 Newstand wants to add an authorization system to their news app. Project: Bookmarks Bookmarks wants a Rails app for their best-seller list. Project: Broadway Broadway wants to build a Rails app for their home page. Project: Bolt Network Bolt Network wants to create a Rails app with a Home page and an About page. Project: Innovation Cloud Innovation Cloud want to create a Rails app to collect email signups. Project: Threadly Threadly wants to create a Rails app for their commenting service. Authentication Project: Newsstand 1 Newstand wants to add an authentication system to their news app. Authentication: 2. Authorization Give specific users permission to access certain parts of your app. Rails: Associations II Model many-to-many relationships to build powerful Rails apps. Rails: Saving Data Learn how to add a database to a Rails app. Rails: Getting Started Get up and running quickly by building a Rails app from scratch. Authentication: 1. Authentication Build a system to let users sign up, log in, and log out of your app.
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