How to Play with Rails ActiveModel in IRB
Install the gem.
gem install activemodel
Create a contact class and mixin ActiveModel.
require 'active_model' class Contact include ActiveModel::Model attr_accessor :name validates :name, presence: true end
We gave defined a name attribute with a validation for it. We can now experiment in the IRB console:
$ irb load './contact.rb' c = Contact.new c.valid? # => false
We need a name for a valid contact object.
bugs = Contact.new(name: 'Bugs Bunny') bugs.valid? => true
The invalid contact has no name.
c.name => nil
The valid contact has a name.
bugs.name => "Bugs Bunny"
If you don't provide:
you will get:
NoMethodError: undefined method `name=' for #<Contact:0x004a70>
when you instantiate the object.
bugs = Contact.new(name: 'Bugs Bunny')
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