Absolute Fresher! Help Need a Tutor!

Hi,

I want to build a web app, as well as app for iOS and android. I have
basic
knowledge of HTML and CSS (Very Basic). I dont know any programming
language other then that! Can i use RoR without any programming language
or
I need to learn any specific programming language to start using it!
Please
help me! Thanks in advance.

Merry Christmas and happy new year in advance!

Thank you,
Nisarg

On Thursday, December 26, 2013 9:23:28 PM UTC, Nisarg wrote:

Hi,

I want to build a web app, as well as app for iOS and android. I have
basic knowledge of HTML and CSS (Very Basic). I dont know any programming
language other then that! Can i use RoR without any programming language or
I need to learn any specific programming language to start using it! Please
help me! Thanks in advance.

You’ll need to learn ruby to be proficient with Rails (beyond the
language
itself, learning your first programming language usually involves
getting
your head around quite a few concepts). Most web apps alsoend up also
needing some javascript (or coffeescript). For your mobile apps there
are
various approaches that avoid writing native code (eg Rhodes), so you
don’t
need Objective-C/Java, but you obviously still need to know how to
program.

Fred

On 26 December 2013 21:23, Nisarg [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I want to build a web app, as well as app for iOS and android. I have basic
knowledge of HTML and CSS (Very Basic). I dont know any programming language
other then that! Can i use RoR without any programming language or I need to
learn any specific programming language to start using it! Please help me!

Strangely you will need to learn Ruby in order to use Ruby on Rails.
However it is possible to start by learning both at once (though if
you are going to be serious about this then probably additional
learning on Ruby will be required at some point). To get started work
right through railstutorial.org (which is free to use online). If you
can follow it then carry on, if not then go back and start with some
Ruby primers.

Colin

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