I have a file called configure.text.erb in views// directory.
How does render know that this is plain text? Does it assume this due to
the text.erb ending?
How does this actually all plumb together?
And would be the difference in the between using the following two to
generate html in a controller?
Am I correct in assuming that the first one will only generate html if
asked for, the other will generate it all the time?
Does something in format.html call “render” ?
respond_to do |format|
format.html # configure.html.erb
Rails does a whole lot of great things, but at the moment the magic is
Trying to work out how all this is connected is really confusing.
Thanks for any light you can shed on this.