Course Description

Deploy Rails 5.2 with a TLD, Namecheap, Heroku, Codeanywhere

If you are looking to deploy your Ruby on Rails application using Rails 5.2, this guide will show you how to set up your application with a Top-Level Domain (TLD), using services like Namecheap, Heroku, and Codeanywhere. Deploying your Rails application to a live server is essential to make it accessible to users on the web.

By following this tutorial, you will learn the step-by-step process of deploying your Rails 5.2 application. First, you will set up your custom domain name using Namecheap, a popular domain registrar. Then, you will deploy your Rails application to the cloud using Heroku, a platform as a service (PaaS) that supports various programming languages, including Ruby on Rails.

Additionally, you will utilize Codeanywhere, an online development environment, to manage your Rails project and deploy it to Heroku seamlessly. This guide will help you understand the deployment process and provide you with the necessary knowledge to host your Rails application successfully.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced developer, deploying your Rails application with a custom domain and utilizing services like Namecheap, Heroku, and Codeanywhere is a valuable skill to have. Start your journey to deploying Rails 5.2 applications today and make your projects accessible to a global audience