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Bootstrap for Rails by Syed Fazle Rahman

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Setting up a Todo application in Rails

Since this book is targeted for Rails developers, I assume that you already have basic knowledge of Rails development. You should also have Rails and Ruby installed in your machine to start with.

Note

While writing this book, Ruby 2.1.1 and Rails 4.1.4 was used.

Let's first understand what this Todo application will do. Our application will allow us to create, update, and delete items from the Todo list. We will first analyze the folders that are created while scaffolding this application and which of them are necessary for templating the application.

So, let's dip our feet into the water:

  1. First, we need to select our workspace, which can be any folder inside your system. Let's create a folder named Bootstrap_Rails_Project ...

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