Ruby on Rails Test 2

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Which frameworks help you build system infrastructure like communications, user interfaces, and compilers?

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The correct answer is
System infrastructure framework

Is it true that Ruby on Rails makes app development simpler?

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Explanation:
Rails is a Ruby-based web application framework. It's made to make web application development easier by assuming what every developer needs to get started. Unlike many other languages and frameworks, it allows you to write less code while doing more. Rails developers say it's also more enjoyable to work on online applications.

When throwing a GET, what is the status code for "success"?

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Explanation:
The HTTP status code 200 indicates that your GET request was successful.

You're creating an ASP.NET MVC 4 application that stores data in an Oracle database. What session configuration options do you have that allow you to deploy your application on a web farm?

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Explanation:
SQLServer-A SQL Server database is used to store session data. Custom: A custom session state provider is used to manage session state. Storage can be whatever you put in your provider.

How can I generate several hashes within "params" (for example, "status" within "tweet")?

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The correct answer is
params = {:tweet => {:status => "I'm dead" }}

Which Action Result creates a partial view, which is a piece of a view that can be presented within another view?

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Explanation:
The Partial View Outcome page displays the result. It's one of the views on the Normal view page that we may access.

Why should you redirect once you've entered data into the database?

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The correct answer is
so that users can't accidentally submit information by refreshing the page

What is the best way to generate regular model code (not scaffolding)?

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The correct answer is
just replace the word "scaffold" with the word "model"

Which of the following is not a Rails naming convention?

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Explanation:
Every Rails application comes with three environments by default: development, test, and production. The setup of each environment can be changed in the same way. In this situation, we can change the settings in config/environments/test.rb to change our test environment.

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