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Ruby User Authentication with Rails Password Hashing and Sign In Creating the User Model: Part 1

Not a question! More of a heads up for y'all in the last course of the Rails track

Hey folks--

This is an announcement for those of you that built ODOT in the earlier course and are now bringing it to the final course in the Rails track.

When you run your first rake to check the tests you wrote before, you'll get a couple of fails. If you download the project files and compare them to what you already have, you should see some differences in the tests and how they are written. Once you fix those differences, you'll get the same fail that Jason gets in the video!

Hmm.. I have managed to resolve 3 out of the 5 failures I have....

Will keep looking into it

1 Answer

Here's my first commit after adding users and changing those tests, for anyone who is wondering what changed! Note that this doesn't include any changes to address the deprecation/pending style errors.

This is what changed

(plus this lets you upvote my answer if you so choose :grinning:)