This #gem produce a
rake method in your
rails console environment.
So, it is very easy.
# rails console
How do we usually check the routes in #rails application? We are accustomed to use
rake routes command in terminal but there are actually couple tricks. More under the cut
In order to run few tasks you don't need to enter string like
rake db:create && rake db:migrate && rake db:seed
You can write
rake db:create db:migrate db:seed.
Also in this case you can use another rake task -
db:setup. It's a shortcut for that tasks.
It is much faster and if you have huge Gemfile and rake task lasts forever - dropdb will save you some time. More under the cut