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Improving form_with Errors in Rails Discussion

@Collin, this was a great video, but the crown jewel was learning about the existence of <% fail %>, thank you!

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Hey Becky! Thanks a bunch, I'm glad you enjoyed it. And yes, fail is a handy one to have in your pocket! Also, if you want to do a similar thing but not cause the big error screen in the browser, you can replace <% fail %> with <% console %> and be able to look at instance variables and such in the console but also see your beautiful app! Both methods are available in your controllers as well :)

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Thanks for sharing

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