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Rails Examples and Tutorials

Rails Examples and Tutorials

learn-rails

An example Rails 4.1 app to accompany the "Learn Ruby on Rails" book.

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rails-foundation

Rails 4.1 starter app with the Zurb Foundation front-end framework.

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rails-bootstrap

Rails 4.1 starter app with the Bootstrap front-end framework.

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rails-composer

Rails Composer. The Rails generator on steroids for starter apps.

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rails_apps_composer

A gem with recipes to create Rails application templates for Rails starter apps.

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rails-omniauth

Rails 4.1 starter app with OmniAuth for authentication.

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rails-devise

Rails 4.1 starter app with Devise for authentication.

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rails-devise-pundit

Rails 4.1 starter app with Devise for authentication and Pundit for authorization.

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rails_layout

Generates Rails application layout files for various front-end frameworks.

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rails3-mongoid-omniauth

An example Rails 3.2 app with Mongoid for data, OmniAuth for authentication. With a tutorial.

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rails-stripe-membership-saas

An example Rails 3.2 app with recurring billing using Stripe for a membership or subscription site.

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rails3-bootstrap-devise-cancan

Outdated. See the rails-devise-pundit example app for Rails 4.1.

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rails-challenges

Slideshow about the difficulties faced by Rails beginners.

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rails3-mongoid-devise

An example Rails 3.2 app with Mongoid for data, Devise for authentication. With a tutorial.

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rails3-devise-rspec-cucumber

An example Rails 3.2 app with Devise and RSpec and Cucumber. With a tutorial.

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rails-prelaunch-signup

An example Rails 3.2 app for a web startup prelaunch site.

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rails-recurly-subscription-saas

An example Rails 3.2 app with recurring billing using Recurly for a membership or subscription site.

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rails3-subdomains

An example Rails 3.2 app with subdomains and authentication using Devise. With a tutorial.

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rails3-application-templates

Deprecated (no longer maintained). Use the Rails Composer tool instead.

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