Screencast Rails App Templates - Part 2 Ruby

  • Evan Machnic
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  1. Sergio Barrera said

    Great tutorial! I've ran into a couple of issues: -After running rails new app -m mycode.rb command, it stops at:

    conflict config/initializers/secret_token.rb

    it asks if I want to overwrite the file: Yn

    I say n(NO) then it continues...after couple of seconds, it warns with the following message: Could not find gem 'devise (>= 0) ruby' in the gems available on this machine. Run bundle install to install missing gems.

    Isn't it supposed to pull it from their repo?

    Then I started the rails server hitting the welcome page. Should I overwrite the secret_token file?

  2. Ivan Dymkov said

    Great! Before this cast I thought that best way to use my code templates is just copy ready demo project and rewrite app name in any file. :)

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  4. Oleg said

    Great! Thanks

  5. Frank O'Connor said

    Liked this a lot. Practical programming that can readily be used. Thanks. Frank

  6. Sebastian Wilgosz said

    Awesome, thanks! I wondered how to make building app scaffolds more automatic.

About This Screencast

Rails application templates make it easy to build Rails apps from a pre-determined foundation. Due to popular demand, Evan walks us through more Rails application templates for testing, layout, and authentication.

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