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Over the past couple of weeks I have been working with a mobile developer to help integrate with one of my applications. We plan on using OAuth (Which I have blogged about [here](http://blog.gazler.com/blog/2012/01/08/oauth2-provider-with-rails/)) to authenticate the mobile application with the server. The problem with this is that the rails application is still in development, and the mobile developer doesn't have the code running. I don't want them to worry about dependencies, setting up the database or setting up git access via ssh keys, I just want him to be able to run the server.
-This is where [Vagrant](http://vagrantup.com/) comes in. Vagrant allows you to create Virtual Machines (using VirtualBox) programatically. This means that I can create a VM of my application, hand it to anothe developer and let them get on with it. Vagrant can utilize [Chef](http://www.opscode.com/chef/) to build the machine. Chef is an integration framework that makes it easy to deploy servers, which it does using cookbooks and recipes. A recipe is for installing a particular piece of software and a cookbook is a collection of recipes. There are plenty of cookbooks available online, I opted to use a set of cookbooks developed by [Travis CI](http://travis-ci.org) that are available [on GitHub](https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-cookbooks)
+This is where [Vagrant](http://vagrantup.com/) comes in. Vagrant allows you to create Virtual Machines (using VirtualBox) programatically. This means that I can create a VM of my application, hand it to anothe developer and let them get on with it. Vagrant can utilize [Chef](http://www.opscode.com/chef/) to build the machine. Chef is an integration framework that makes it easy to deploy servers, which it does using cookbooks and recipes. A recipe is for installing a particular piece of software and a cookbook is a collection of recipes. There are plenty of cookbooks available online, I opted to use a set of cookbooks developed by [Travis CI](http://travis-ci.org) that are available [on GitHub](https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-cookbooks).
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