Hello and welcome back to the second part of our creating an API using Ruby on Rails tutorial. If you haven’t been following along, I have another blog with the beginning steps to get you set up and then you can pick back up with this tutorial as well. Anddd here we go.

So, the last step that we did in the previous tutorial was create our first table. But, I had actually forgot a step but it is no need to worry. This is how easy it is to forget. In our terminals, lets run a: “rails db:create”. This…

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