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Define one-to-many associations between models

Define one-to-many associations between models: Ruby on Rails 6 Essential Training
Define one-to-many associations between models: Ruby on Rails 6 Essential Training

Learn to work with one-to-many associations in Rails. These are the most commonly used associations in a typical Rails project. Use these when one person or thing can have many related children records. Define the association in the model using has_many and belongs_to, and then learn how to use association methods in the console.

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Developer Web Web Development Ruby on Rails

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