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Ruby Ruby Foundations Modules Creating Modules

Thomas McCracken
Thomas McCracken
13,591 Points

The video tip says to use CamelCase but Jason says use Title Case. Which is correct? I assume title since it worked.

The tip doesn't match with what Jason says.

1 Answer

Charlie Jaime
Charlie Jaime
17,351 Points

I recommend that you use CamelCase when naming models since this tend to be used in the development field. It helps a lot in the long run to stick to ruby on rails conventions.

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