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Active Record Associations in Rails

Rails Development,

Most of your Rails models are going to be connected to other models in some way. An Author has many Articles, and each Article belongs to an Author. A Doctor has many Patients, and a Patient may have many Doctors as well. Rails uses

to make it easy to track these relationships in your database.

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  • has_many
  • belongs_to
  • has_one
  • has_and_belongs_to_many
  • has_many :through
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