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Ruby Rails Routes and Resources A Route to a Read Action Path Helpers

Ruby

Let's add a pets_path helper method. Assign a name of 'pets' to the get '/pets' route.

routes.rb
Rails.application.routes.draw do
  get '/pets', to: 'pets#index' as: 'pets'
end
Richard Ludwig
Richard Ludwig
8,182 Points

there should be a comma between 'pets#index' and as

do this:

get '/pets', to: 'pets#index', as: 'pets'

1 Answer

This should do the trick:

get '/pets/:id', as: 'pets#show'