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Ruby Build a Rails API Coding the API Response Codes

This is correct, but checker says no def create @banana = Banana.create(banana_params) end

Seems like a small bug, as I am like 90% sure that this is the correct format.

class Api::BananasController < ApplicationController
  def create
    @banana = Banana.create(banana_params)


  def banana_params

2 Answers

Hi Niels,

The method should be "new" not create. If it says declare 'create' method on controller, it means we have to use "new" method next to Banana class.

class Api::BananasController < ApplicationController
  def create
    @banana = Banana.new(banana_params)

Create definition example: @1:21

got it thanks salman