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The first small step to become a ROR Master!

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# Feb.07.2013 (Adding Users by 'Device' Gem)

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gem 'devise'
rails generate devise:install
rails generate devise Admin
bundle exec rake db:migrate
bundle exec rake routes

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# Feb.03.2013 (URLs)

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I've created two projects, one for just practice from what I've learn from lesson, and the other one is for my  personal project. 

I'm tring not to look at the video clip when I do the second time with my personal project, I guess this is good exercise for me. 

#1. Exercise 

- github: https://github.com/barty82/omrails

- heroku: http://onemonthrubyonrails.herokuapp.com

#2. Personal proj

- github: https://github.com/barty82/arirangHouse

- heroku: http://ariranghouse.herokuapp.com/

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# Jan.31.2013 (Git commands alias)

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There are many of commands for GIT.

I Think it's little bit early to share this to newbies but it's really worthy.

You can make an alias (shortcuts) for Git command.

eg. You can do  '$ git st' indead of '$ git status ' 

or

'$ git logg' indead of  '$ git log --graph --decorate --oneline --all --abbrev-commit'

To do this, you have to set some work on '~/.gitconfig' file, mine looks like this:

Take a moment to look at below link:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2553786/how-do-i-alias-commands-in-git

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