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I named my scaffold Trick_Log and when I tried to find the url it was under localhost:3000/trick_logs. Why?
I figured it out because of the error page rails generated in my browser show paths to trick_logs but I'm still confused. Was is the capitalization?
I am on windows, using windows powershell.
Seth Reece32,867 Points
Rails automatically prluralizes things for you. If you make a scaffolding called foobar, it will create a path structure such as:
/foobars - shows all the foobars /foobar/new - create a new foobar /foobar/create - called as a post to create the newly made foobar in the database /foobar/edit etc. etc.