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In this exercise, you will design schemas for the category, post, and user models in the application.

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>> Speaker 1: There's a lot of fun stuff going in step eight. So we got rid of the db tester file because that was just a one off file that we were using to test the database. And now, if you go to step eight and you look in the api folder on each resource there's a respective model file.

[00:00:19] And we have to go ahead and design these schemas. Everything else is set up for you as far as the exports. All you have to do is just fill out the actual schemas, the blueprint for these models.
>> Speaker 1: All right. So any questions there? That's all we have to do.

[00:00:44] So, as far as what they look like, again, the blueprint is in the JSON right here.
>> Speaker 1: So you can infer what types they are, as far as how to use the types, here's an example of here how to use the different types.
>> Speaker 1: And that's what we gotta do for those models, so.