Once managed to get in a previous article , a working version of the web application in Ruby, I went on to deal with the development and generation of resources, as well as with the study of architecture, Ruby on Rails web application. Fortunately this framework uses the MVC pattern, which is also used to Qt, so the overall understanding of architecture problems should arise.
During the search of sources of information in the style of "Ruby for Dummies", "Ruby in 21 days", etc. I came, apparently, a very great resource which is a translation of the book Ruby on Rails Tutorial by Michael Hartl. The first impression of the book was positive. So that further self-study, perhaps, will be spending on this resource.
From the first pros who have found it so references to the development environment RubyMine from JetBrains. I'm already familiar with products such as WebStorm, PHPStorm, Intellij IDEA and based on it AndroidStudio, so at this point chose this environment. What's strange Google for Ruby IDE requests and similarly, showed no information on this development environment, probably have not untwisted.
Resource generation USER
In the above named book offers after the creation of the first test application to add to the database table with the user accounts, and project our newfound test blog all necessary to work with the user files, ie the page to add, delete, view the list of users.
That is, the following files:
And all of these files are generated automatically by the scaffold command, which generates all the necessary code. Thus, it is necessary to add to the database table with the following form:
- id - a unique string identifier, data type integer;
- name - user name, data type string;
- email - postal address, the data type string.
To do this, go to the blog directory automatically generated content in a previous article (mine is C:\Sites\blog) and execute the following command:
$ rails generate scaffold User name:string email:string
As you can see, there does not appear id records, as it is automatically generated. Setting User - is responsible for the name of the table, and as a result generated a table called users. Also as a result of this program code is added to a couple of fields in a table. You can verify this by looking in the SQLite database, but it can be done with the help of SQLiteStudio program, by the way recommend as a very handy tool. These additional fields will be the date of creation and update date.
But to see the data in the database so you can not initially. Because the template has been created, but the table has not been added to the database. For this purpose it is necessary to upgrade, that is to migrate the following additions to the database command:
$ bundle exec rake db:migrate
I confess, I have it just did not work out, because I forgot to install the bundle. Correcting this situation the team:
$ gem install bundler
Well, after the migration, run the server:
$ rails server
And we try to work with users. To do this, go to the following address in your browser:
|/users||страница, для отображения списка всех пользователей|
страница показывающая пользователя с id
|/users/new||страница для создания нового пользователя|
страница для редактирования пользователя с id
But I have not taken off the case, instead of showing the expected page, an error page.
The matter turned out that the code generate is in conflict with the code in application.html.erb file that serves as a template for posting information about our users. After some searching on the net, managed to solve the problem of changing the application parameter to default
As a result, it managed to get the desired page on adding users, their editing, and deleting.