Learn how to add a username column to the Devise gem! In this episode, we will be performing a migration to enable us to use usernames as a field alongside the default fields provided to us by the Devise gem. This will allow us to later on identify users via usernames rather than emails – and to create unique URLs for each user’s tweets to reside.
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