Tuesday, February 13, 2018

New training course shows coders how to create a meal kit delivery web app


So, it's 4 o'clock and we don't have any plans for tonight's dinner. That's apparently not the case at our neighbor's house down the street where I saw a box from one of those meal kit services sitting on their front porch.

I'm pretty sure they won't be eating canned soup and toast tonight.

Those to-your-door meal services seem to be growing in popularity and now there's a way for new businesses to get in the game. It's a new training course on Plantoost called “Build a Meal Kit Delivery Web App: Ruby on Rails + Stripe”.

The course is taught by Shawn Ng, a software engineer who built the online education
marketplace. The meal kit course is designed as a cost-effective alternative to hiring freelancers to build a sophisticated website.

Students go through the process of learning how to set up a customer database, a complex recipe
system, and get payment processing working for their minimum viable product.

The finished product includes user authentication with a Facebook option, email notification, and an admin dashboard. Students get lifetime access to a library of high-definition videos, downloadable assets and a year of mentoring.

There is one flat rate for the course and no monthly fee. For more details, visit the Plantoost website.


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