Sinatra Hello World Basics

Objectives

  1. Create a basic Sinatra application.
  2. Write a get method.
  3. Render a string from that get method.

Instructions

Fork and clone this repository and run bundle install to get started!

On your local environment (not in the IDE), run shotgun to start a local server so that you can test your app in your browser. Shotgun default is using port 9393, you should be able to visit the following url http://localhost:9393.

  1. Write a get method in the app.rb file to respond to the root URL '/'.
  2. The get route should respond with the string "Hello, World!".

You can run learn to see error messages.

Resources

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