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To find a view template...
First question from me here, but I'm stumped. In the quiz for views in the Rails Routes and Resources, the question states:
To find a view template file for the PetsController's "show" action method, Rails will look in the app/views/_________ /___________ .html.erb file. (Fill in the subdirectory and the start of the file name.)
It seems clear to me that the answer is "pets" and "index"
When generated in the previous code challenge, the command used was bin/rails generate controller pets , so the views sub-directory should be pets and the file index.html.erb
So what exactly am I doing wrong?
Thanks in advance for all the help!
The answer is actually pets and show. The pets directory and the show.html.erb. Essentially it's saying show the pets.