Integrated Spree Extension



Can somebody please explain, how to use integrated extension in Spree using Rails Application? I have followed Spree's Docs on http://guides.spreecommerce.com/creating_extensions.html but was unable to understand.


I am using
Rails 3.2.3,
Spree 1.1.1


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#

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