Learn Ruby on Rails - Part 7 - Styling the Application. In this tutorial we tackle the design of the user interface for our application, getting it from completely unstyled to at least a little functional by using Twitter Bootstrap. We'll dig into one way to pull in Bootstrap for use with the asset pipeline. We'll style most of our main views (leaving some of them for the viewer to tackle alone). Finally, we'll take a look at how to use flexbox for some simple layout tweaks and I18n (internationalization) to customize the display of information based on the viewer's language.
Blog post associated with this video: https://coderjourney.com/learning-rails-application-styling-part-7/
Code from this tutorial: https://github.com/coderjourney/meal_plan/pull/10
Suggested Resources: https://coderjourney.com/resources
Intro created by Ian Zainea (http://ianzainea.com)
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