Rails Console Challenge
Can you create a very simple version of the Rails Console? This challenge is similar to the program built in Ruby for Rails, but it just involves building a console (there's no controller involved).
You should create a class
Post to run the program. The input will consist of commands for your program to execute on the class
You will be given input on Standard Input, which your program needs to read in. Each line of input will contain a command for your program to perform on the class
Post. Here are the three possible actions that will come in as input, along with the action your program should take:
Post.create(content)- Creates a post with given content.
Post.find(id)- Returns a post with a given id.
Post.last- Returns the last-created post.
When a post is printed (e.g. with
puts), it should just prints its content. The program should quit when given the input
ID's - The ID for a post should be assigned in order of when the post is created. The first post created should have an ID of 1, the second an ID of 2, etc.
|sample input||sample output||action taken|
|(Creates and saves post.)|
|Returns first post (i.e. with ID of 1) and prints its content.|
|Returns last created post and prints its content.|
Create a simple Rails console as specified.
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Jacob KopczynskiSep 8, 1:42 PM
What are we assumed to have available? If there's a Rails project, the console already exists and using get and eval is unnecessary. If not, are we supposed to re-implement all of ActiveRecord
for database interface? And if we're not using a database interface, nor a webpage, nor an MVC structure, in what sense is this Rails?
LearnerooSep 8, 1:48 PM
You just need to handle the input and output described. This isn't really Rails; the idea is to build a simple program inspired by the Rails console. The actual contest challenges ask to build some additional functionality.