bin/setup, click "Run Project", and navigate to the live app. It's the code that was generated by the Ideas tool, with some dummy data pre-populated. Click around and exercise the app, and study the generated code.
/gitpage, create a branch off of the
masterbranch, and start making commits as you work on your assigned feature. (It's a good idea to get in the habit of always Pulling the latest version of
masterdown from GitHub before creating a new branch off of it.)
rails grade:allautomated tests in this project, but they don't cover every single behavior that is in the target. It's up to you each to QA one another's work and make sure it's doing the right thing(s), the way that a client or project manager should. Ultimately, when you're satisfied, you can approve (or "Accept") the feature.
master, be sure to first Pull so that you have the latest starting point. Otherwise you'll have more Merge conflict headaches later.