In modern apps we mostly have a requirement which allows user to perform bulk actions. Like insertion of records is the one.
On the first take you would come up with this version
So what the hack? Above code is a classic situation of multiple sql insert calls, each for a movie creation. This yields slow performance, eventually bad code!
Workaround in Oldies
If you're running on Rails 5 and older versions, you might face the situtation where writing raw customized SQL or using gems like activerecord-import is the final option you left with.
Magic of Rails 6
But once you're up and running here, there is a method for you, built out of the box namely insert_all
Pick your wand and lets get started!
*We are discussing a Car model here
Documentation here: https://apidock.com/rails/v6.0.0/ActiveRecord/Persistence/ClassMethods/insert_all
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This is great for simple use cases. For more involved cases, e.g. if you have associations or do want some kind of validation, the Activerecord-Import gem is awesome.
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