Screencasts

As of book version 1.2.1, all screencasts were moved to YouTube.  For convenience, this page lists both the Vimeo and YouTube IDs of all the screencasts. Prepend https://vimeo.com/ to the Vimeo ID or https://youtu.be to the YouTube ID to get the full URL.

There is a YouTube Playlist containing all the screencasts.
 

Screencast number, section, name YouTube ID (http://youtu.be/%s) Vimeo ID (http://vimeo.com/%s)
2.1.1: Getting Started UlvFUDNc6_s 34754478
2.2.1: Cookies Xlt7xeqVfO4 33918630
2.3.1: HTML Introduction wy6O5hAjKAo 34754506
2.3.2: Inspecting the ID and Class attributes X5ArSbUea_o 34754568
2.3.3: Introduction to CSS E5ZVorHn_fs 34754607
2.7.1: Create and Update each require two interactions xeUvmC5rKzQ 34754622
2.8.1: Interpolation into views using Haml yX1tMdBuG3g 34754654
4.4.1: The Application layout O3G2DNeyoBc 34754667
4.6.1: Views with fill-in forms 2tvI8tPyy9c 34754683
4.7.1: The Create action SJ2wnTxPXC4 34754699
5.1.1: How model validations interact with controllers and views pmWiixX6Htc
5.2.1: Logging into RottenPotatoes with Twitter R3S3efTtwmI 41300070
6.1.1: Adding JavaScript features to RottenPotatoes fFe_tdWil2E 45331300
6.4.1: Manipulating the DOM with jQuery kwdYHc5M0Ac 46694004
6.6.1: Interactively single-stepping through AJAX pPS0Vvg9g8k 47064979
7.7.1: Cucumber Part I -wgZXDmhRw4 34754747
7.8.1: Cucumber Part II wornoChkjfM 34754766
8.1.1: Using the TMDb API xT_vP6d6toA 83460540
8.1.2: Simplified use of the TMDb API with the themoviedb gem W7CFYxJD-vU 84683958
8.2.1: Executing the empty test skeletons and automating execution with guard vAtljj42shY 34754856
8.3.1: Developing the first example requires adding an empty controller method and creating an empty view rCavWk5qzVw 34754876
8.7.1: Using SimpleCov to check C0 coverage hjROn8Ebuoc 34754907
9.3.1: Creating characterization specs for TimeSetter 8QwvqtMp5QM 47043669
10.5.1: Using Branches with Git -z3HHxITqqg 41257323
A.7.0: Basic Git flow for a single developer rhvrUTP4s2c 34754947


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