In this lesson we will be implementing follower and following relationships into our Twitter clone. We will create both active and passive relationships – which represent (following) and (being followed), and we will build a form which allows the user to follow another user thanks to some logic in a new controller.
This implementation is based off of Michael Hartl’s implementation of followers in his “Ruby on Rails” tutorial book:
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