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Continuing my Let’s Build with Ruby on Rails – Extending Devise series I take a look at Devise custom routing options within a Ruby on Rails application harnessing the Devise gem.
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In this guide, you’ll learn how to use my `kickoff_tailwind` template (linked above) to install and create a new Ruby on Rails app. Among many other configurations, the template sets up Devise for quick use immediately. Out of the box some defaults come with devise but I add a couple of new fields (username, name) to each given user account.
Customizing routing is quite easy in the context of the devise gem.
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