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== Puppies example application This is an example application that I am developing to use in an ATDD course as well as my book. Once you download (clone) the project you will need to ensure you have all of the necessary gems. You can do this by executing: bundle in the puppies directlry. After this command completes you can start the application by executing: rails s This will start the application. Simply point your browser at http://localhost:3000 and you should see the puppy appliation. If you would like to populate the database with some sample puppies, you can execute the following commands: rake db:seed rake db:migrate This will populate the database with a few sample puppies. You may need run theese commands with bundle exec as: bundle exec rake db:seed bundle exec rake db:migrate Note: If you had already executed the 'rails s', you may want to stop it by pressing Control-C before you seed the database. When the rake command completes, execute 'rails s' again to start the server again.