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Ruby

Sean Huntington
Sean Huntington
4,142 Points

make sure a user cant post for another user.

I think you mentioned in a video that you would show us how to make sure that the person posting a status was the person logged into the account. Also that the person logged in couldn't post a status for another user. I don't believe I ever found a video teaching us how to do this. Please let me know if I am wrong, and if their is not a video for this I would appreciate any help teaching me how to do this. thanks you!

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Brandon Barrette
Brandon Barrette
20,485 Points

It's in the next set of videos. There are 3 ruby on rails sets, in set 2 they teach all that.