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Summary0:45 with Jay McGavren
Let's review what we've learned in this course.
You've just built a Rails resource, completely from scratch.
You set up routes to direct GET, POST, PATCH, and
DELETE requests to a controller.
You created that controller from scratch with action methods to handle
all those requests.
You created a model that the controller can use to store and retrieve user data.
You set up views to display the model data, including forms to allow updates.
And you used path helper methods to create links to all these actions.
You've just about mastered the way models, views, and
controllers work together in Rails.
That's a major step.
Your next step should be to learn the details of how models views and
controllers work separately.
We've only used a small subset of the methods available in each.
Don't worry, we'll be covering all of this in upcoming courses.
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