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Rails 4 project, used to track time worked on projects.
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Work Timer

Rails 4.2 project, used to track time worked on projects for a single user.

Setup

  • git clone git://github.com/boone/work_timer.git

  • cd work_timer

  • bundle

  • rake db:migrate

  • Set your time zone in config/application.rb

  • rails s

  • Visit localhost:3000

  • Create a new client and project, then click New Event to start tracking your time

  • Visit a client page and click Weekly or Monthly to view reports

It also works well on a Mac using the Pow server (pow.cx).

This app was meant to be run locally on a development system. If you intend to run it on the web, you should use your own database.yml and secret_token.rb. And add your own authentication layer.

Contact

boonedocks.net

@boonedocks on Twitter

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