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To do this, you need to get your Rails application server running.
You actually have a functional Rails application already.
To see it, you need to start a web server on your development machine.
You can do this by running the following in the This will fire up Puma, a web server distributed with Rails by default.
You should see the Rails default information page: To stop the web server, hit Ctrl C in the terminal window where it's running.
Rather than changing Rakefile, you should add your own tasks by adding files to the lib/tasks directory of your application.
To begin with, let's get some text up on screen quickly.
To use this generator, open a terminal, navigate to a directory where you have rights to create files, and type: This file locates and loads tasks that can be run from the command line.
The task definitions are defined throughout the components of Rails.
Others can find installation instructions at the SQLite3 website.