In the last few chapters, we took a nice tour of the ins and outs of using Rails’s ActiveRecord library to connect and interface to our applications database. By doing so, we gained a nice understanding of the “model” in our MVC pattern. Now, it’s time to move on to the next portion of the pattern as we take a look at the support in Ruby on Rails for the “view” component of MVC. When we talk about the view, we’re typically talking about the scripts that build the user interfaces that we present to allow users to interact with our application.
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