Wrap Up1:12 with Jay McGavren
Let's do a quick recap of what we've covered in this course.
Here are some links to learn more about the things we've covered in this course.
- How to create a new Rails app from the command line, how to run the Rails server, and how to view your app in your browser
- Using a Rails generator to set up a resource that you can create, read, update, and delete instances of
- A controller loads model objects from the database, and uses them to populate an HTML view
- A model stores data in the database, and retrieves it later
- A view displays data
- The Rails console can be used to work with model objects
- Database migrations update your database
Continuing Your Journey
You're off to a great start, but there's more work ahead if you want to really master Rails.
- If you haven't seen it yet, be sure to watch our 9-minute How to Learn series.
- Next, take our Rails Routes and Resources course. It'll give you a better understanding of the relationship between model, view, and controller.
- You might also want to watch our Troubleshooting a Rails Application workshop. It'll prepare you to deal with any errors that might come up.
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