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We go over how to generate a rails application using the terminal. We then go over launching our server so you can confirm your application is working!
Continue our previous app by generating our first controller and route, and adding to our first view.
Continuing our previous app by adding our first model and making our first migration.
Continuing our previous app by adding seeds, and creating our first view that renders out information directly from our database.
In this video, we continue on with our rails app and I introduce you to the Faker gem to create a lot of dummy data really quickly. Find the Faker gem here: https://github.com/faker-ruby/faker