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Stock Counts3:10 with Jason Seifer
In this video, we begin to implement our inventory stock counts.
We set up a couple of helper methods in our
Inventoryable class to keep up with stock counts:
module Inventoryable def stock_count @stock_count ||= 0 end def stock_count=(number) @stock_count = number end def in_stock? stock_count > 0 end end
So when we last left off we had just created this inventoryable module, and 0:00 we're going to use that in all of our different product classes. 0:04 So let's go ahead and first off we're just going to include it 0:09 in the shirt class, and that'll be a good start. 0:14 So now, let's go ahead and make a couple of attribute methods for 0:20 setting the stock status of an item. 0:25 So we want to be able to say, okay this is how many 0:28 units are in stock for a shirt, a pair of pants, an accessory, whatever. 0:34 Now we're gonna define this method called stock_count, 0:41 and stock count is going to work very similarly to our 0:48 instances class method that we used over in the extend tracking module. 0:53 So we're just going to conditionally set it to zero. 1:00 Now what this is going to do is initialize a variable called stock_count, 1:07 and set it to zero if it does not already exist. 1:12 If it does exist, the variable will be returned. 1:15 Now because we've done that we also need something to set the stock count. 1:20 So we define a method called stock_count=(number), and 1:25 then we'll just say the stock count now equals the number not zero. 1:31 So let's go ahead and test this out really quickly. 1:38 We'll say shirt1.stock_count = 10. 1:41 Now we can print these both out. 1:46 And we'll say shirt1.stock_count, and we're going to copy and 1:54 paste that line and we're going to say Shirt 2 stock count, 2:00 and we should see ten and zero if we run this. 2:05 And we do, and that's exactly what we want. 2:12 So when we put a new item in the inventory, if we don't explicitly 2:16 set the stock count we're going to think that we have zero in stock. 2:20 And this makes sense. 2:24 So now let's go ahead and write another method to see whether or 2:28 not something is in stock. 2:32 And we're going to say it's in stock if the stock count is greater than zero. 2:37 And we don't need to replay these, but we'll go ahead and 2:46 just say shirt one in stock. 2:49 And the same thing for Shirt 2. 2:57 And that looks pretty good. 3:08
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