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Tagging from Scratch in Rails
Tags are sort of like categories, describing a piece of information (content) and allowing to the user to search for it again. In this tutorial, you will see how to build a simple tagging system, from the ground up, in Rails.
This tutorial assumes a basic knowledge with Ruby on Rails. I'll try to keep it simple as much as possible.
A common use of tags, which we all already know, is by Twitter to collect tweets around a certain topic related to the (hash)tag.
- Rails 4.1.4
- Ruby 2.0.1
- Foundation 5