27 Apr '13, 4pm

Good example of resource URLs w/ appropriate HTTP verbs: An improvement could be renaming actions "GET", "PUT", etc.

In addition to resource routing, Rails has powerful support for routing arbitrary URLs to actions. Here, you don’t get groups of routes automatically generated by resourceful routing. Instead, you set up each route within your application separately.

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