Hi ray. Great and simple way with these Generics from Fluent.
Normally n:m relationship can also have attributes to control, define some logic for the Model.
Is this also simple to do with Fluent or do you need to write own vapor model for that?
Normally I use technical ids also for n:m relations. Are technical Ids possible with fluent library?
Thanks for all the vapor screen casts. I love it
Lorenz aka ‘Lolo’
Hi Ray, thanks for another interesting screencast on Vapor, I’m really enjoying it!
When downloading the materials, I found that some files are missing from the project, so I couldn’t run the code, and experiment with it.
GroupController.swift and Goup.swift weren’t present yet in any of the code from the previous screencasts, right?
As @filipd said when I downloaded project there weren’t files in Models and Validation folders. The only file in App folder is main.swift.
@lolo I am not sure; I haven’t spent time investigating either of those things w/ Vapor yet. If you figure it out, please post here so others can benefit :]
@filipd @chika Sorry about that guys; I uploaded a new version of the project which should have the missing files.
@rwenderlich Hi Ray, will you be covering auth tokens? Also, will there be a related book any time soon?
P.S. I love your jokes, they are great! A friend I’m watching these videos with is constantly facepalming and it only makes me enjoy the whole thing more. xD
@churchill Yes, I have two more screencasts on authentication planned that I’ll be recording soon.
And yes we are planning on making a book at some point! But can’t say more than that quite yet.
And LOL re: the facepalming, I definitely deserve that! :]