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Ruby Build a Todo List Application with Rails 4 Build a Todo List Application with Rails 4 Generate a Rails Application

Let's say you don't complete this in one session - when you come back to a Ruby project, what step do you start with?

So, if you are on the VM, do you have to do "vagrant up" again or was that just the first time? "vagrant ssh"? "bin/rails server" - where do you start off?

2 Answers

Kevin Naegele
Kevin Naegele
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I am on a Mac, I have to vagrant up and then ssh.

1) Go to the directory where the Vagrant file is. 2) vagrant up 3) Go the directory where project files are, but not into the project folder. 4) vagrant ssh

Then, if you want to start the Rails server, you go into the project main directory, then rails s.