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Did you know Rails provides concerns for routes in addition to concerns for models and controllers?
We need a way to view individual Blog Posts on their own URLs now. That's where our Show action comes into play and we will learn how to build that in this lesson.
An index page allows us to display all the blog posts in our database. We will learn how to setup routes that point to controllers and actions that render HTML.
Learn how to add a custom Rack middleware to Rails apps with a gem and Railtie. We'll build a simple Rack middleware that intercepts requests to make your app only work during business hours.
Learn how to apply advanced routing constraints such as domain, subdomain, user authentication, and more. We'll explore how to use custom constraints for routing multi-tenant Rails applications based upon subdomain and domain too.
Learn how to use custom route constraints in Rails to customize how routes respond to URLs
In this episode, we add tests for our Basecamp 3 style urls that we built using a Rack middleware
Designing routes for a forum and discussing how we can use those to improve the structure of our Rails application
Dive into routing more deeply than just basic resources and writing routes from scratch
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