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PoJung Chen5,856 Points
Prefix in routes can be set manually?
It seems that Rails will set Prefix automatically. Is there any way I can change the prefix name or create own prefix?
Sure, you can redefine your names helpers in your routes file like this:
get "users", to: "users#index", as: "customers"
Now you have helpers like customers_path pointing to your users GET route.
For more information take a look at official Rails routing guide.