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Pulling the Latest Code1:15 with Jason Seifer
Before we begin working on the authentication system, we must first use git to pull all of the recent code changes that have been pushed to github.
[Ruby Rapids: Stage 3: Authentication with Jason Seifer]
In this stage of Ruby Rapids we're going to add a login system to our website.
We're going to use a project called Device.
Device is going to let us sign in, sign up, and sign out of our application.
First, we're going to have to pull down Jim's changes from the previous stage,
so let's get started.
Now that Jim has done some work on our application,
we need to get his changes into the project.
We do that by using the git command,
and then we tell git that we want to pull down the latest changes.
What this will do is take the changes that Jim pushed up to GitHub
and pull them into my version of the project.
It will then apply the different changes that Jim made to the files that I have locally.
Let's see what happens when I type "git pull."
What happened was it grabbed all of the new files that Jim added,
and it said that there were some files changed.
Now, I can go in and start working on the project with Jim's changes.
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