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Generate a Rails Application

So I already had created a statuses page and everything ran fine, but for some reason when I came back to this lesson after a few days, the page no longer works. I recreated the page but all I get is

ROUTING ERROR No route matches [GET] "/statuses"


1 Answer

In the console, while in your rails app directory, run the command rake routes

If you don't see a route for /statuses, one has to be created. This is actually pretty easy.

Open up Sublime Text 2 (or your favorite text editor) and open the file config/routes.rb

There should be some boilerplate code and commented examples to help you out. If you are stuck after you try this out, here is some more complete information