Watched 1 video

Watched 1 Video from start to finish

Subscribed for 1 month

Learning and showing your support for 1 Month

Spread the word 1 time

Referred 1 Member to Drifting Ruby

10

10 times Chatter Box

Make 10 comments to videos or replies to other comments
3/10

Share the love 1 time

Liked 1 episode

3

Welcome back 3 times

You've visited Drifting Ruby on 3 different days

Suggested 1 episode

Helped the community by suggesting 1 episode

Vote Suggestion 1 time

Helped the community by voting on suggestions 1 time

1 time Chatter Box

Make 1 comment to videos or replies to other comments

Earned on 3/4/2019

# Name
adsr13 said over 2 years ago on Redis Basics :

I'm using postgresql installed by brew. which I believe is running on default port 5234. Your vid explains I can set a new ip in my case 127.0.0.1:3000 where my rails app run. My questions is how do I make my rails app, postgressql db, and redis server all sing together? Thank you! 

adsr13 said over 2 years ago on Redis Basics :

After creating a visitors controller for my example app to go along with this vid. I got this error

cdb:redis adsr13$ bin/rails rails g controller visitors index

rails aborted!

TypeError: Redis is not a module

/Users/adsr13/Google Drive/workspace/redis/config/application.rb:9:in `<top (required)>'

/Users/adsr13/Google Drive/workspace/redis/Rakefile:4:in `require_relative'

/Users/adsr13/Google Drive/workspace/redis/Rakefile:4:in `<top (required)>'


Please advise?

adsr13 said over 2 years ago on Getting Started - Ruby on Rails - Architectural Overview :

Rails 5 eliminates the necessity to call for 'rake db:migrate' to migrate a database. 'bin/rails or rails db:migrate is suffice. All 'rake' tasks are built into the 'rails' command. You may find this information to be valid here: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaDhY_y8WTo