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Ezekiel dela Peña6,231 Points
About the bin/rake db:migrate.
So basically this command connects newly generated scaffolds to the Rails App? Am I understanding this correctly?
If yes? then bin/rails generate scaffold title:string description:text is only creating scaffold but does not connect to our Rails app?
What rake db:migrate is doing is it is updating the schema for your database to contain all of the information of the migration files located in db/migrate. So that your application can utilize the database correctly instead of possibly trying to save data that the database doesn't know how to deal with.