The usual case with devise is to have users. In this case Devise is really easy: 1 command to run and you're done.
But when you want to manage different kind of users like having a class
User and a class
Some people prefer to not create a second model (maybe due to the difficulty to manage both ?) and use technics like using Concern and so on.
Personnaly I want the 2 models.
Since the 13th of August 2014 a new helper has been released in Devise:
3.3.0 - 2014-08-13 - enhancements ... - Adds devise_group, a macro to define controller helpers for multiple mappings at once. (by @dropletzz) ...
How to use devise_group
In my case I need this group all the time so I'm adding this to the
class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base protect_from_forgery with: :exception devise_group :person, contains: [:user, :admin] before_action :authenticate_person! # Ensure someone is logged in end
Now I can use everywhere in my application
current_person where the code is common to the
I can still use
current_admin which is cool.
I would like to thank Dropletzz :) and you for reading this.