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team.json Fix last comma generated in for loop of team.json api.

HE:labs site

Build Status

This is the HE:labs site, you can see the live site on


To run this project you need to have:

  • Ruby 2.1.2 - You can use RVM
  • Node - You can get Node via $ brew install node or on the website
  • grunt-cli - You can get this via $ npm install -g grunt-cli or the Getting Started guide

Setup the project

  1. Install the depedencies above
  2. Clone the project

    $ git clone
  3. Go into the project folder

    $ cd
  4. Install the gem dependencies

    $ bundle install
  5. Install the grunt dependencies

    $ npm install

If everything goes OK, you can now run the project!

Running the project

  1. Start the server, this will start the jekyll server, will compile your sass files and compile your javascripts.

    $ bundle exec foreman start
  2. Open http://localhost:4000.


If you want to test and browse website before you push it to public, use staging.

$ rake staging

Staging version of the website is available at


Editing CSS

You can edit the SCSS files in the sass folder. In the stylesheets folder we have just the generated files by Grunt/Compass.

Do not alter files inside the stylesheets folder and commit them, always use the sass folder.

Problem with SASS+Git

The Git have a problem with SASS. So when you have a conflict in the generated file by SASS+Compass (stylesheets/style.css), please do not fix this conflict, just delete this conflicted file and generate a new. So you can run this:

$ git add stylesheets/style.css
$ git rebase --continue


Adding a project to your profile

  • Check if the project exists inside _data/mvp.yml. If it's there jump to the last step.
  • Put a screenshot of the project with 800x465 size and .jpg extension into the images/projects/ folder.
  • Create a new entry in _data/mvp.yml with the following format:
    name: project name
    url: external url for the project
    slug: an identifier for the project
    image: /images/projects/my_project.jpg
    description: Describe what the project does
    highlighted: true # if it's highlighted in the page
  • Open your profile page file. It's inside _posts/time. Add the project slug under projects property.

Creating your profile

Run rake new_profile task to generate some basic structure for the "blog post" associated with your profile. The portuguese version of your profile will be found in _posts/time and the english version in _posts/team.

Import blogposts

Use this rake task to import blogposts from and associate with the author profile.

$ rake import:blogposts

Remove unused images

If you want to remove unused images use the following rake task.

$ rake prune_images

Use this carefully!!!

Cross origin problems

When you're developing you can receive the error "XMLHttpRequest cannot load No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin 'http://localhost:4000' is therefore not allowed access" in the console of your browser. To fix it, you need to disable the cross origin policy.

This is how you disable in chrome:

Mac open -a Google\ Chrome --args --disable-web-security

Linux google-chrome --disable-web-security

Just remember to restart your browser without this option, if you need to navigate in others pages, since this option make your browser vulnerable.


We have an integration using Zapier between the wufoo form on "Fale Conosco" with Pipedrive (CRM), so any changes on fale conosco form need to be updated on Zapier


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