Agile Web Development with Rails 6 Chapter 12. Task G

Task G: Check Out!

Summary

  • We created a form to capture details for the order and linked it to a new order model.
  • We added validation and used helper methods to display errors to the user.
  • We provided a feed so the administrator can monitor incoming orders.

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