iOS Dev Links
- Install Ruby 1.9.2 and RVM. (you've likely already done this)
- Install the app's gems (
gem install bundler && bundle install)
- Set up the database:
- Set up your
.envfile: copy the file
.envand fill in your own Amazon, Recaptcha and Twitter keys.
- Launch the app:
Deploying to Heroku
- Install the Heroku gem
- Set up a new Cedar stack application
- Add config variables for:
git push heroku master
heroku run rake db:migrate
The app has been upgraded and tested to work with Ruby 1.9.2.
The app has been upgraded from Rails 2.3 to Rails 3.1.
The app is ready to be deployed on Heroku's Celadon Cedar platform. It is configured to use Unicorn and Foreman, and has pg specified in its production gems group.
Twitter's Bootstrap has been integrated. Many of the views have been migrated to Haml.
I have ripped out any reference to OpenID.
Items now support images.
Copyright (c) 2011 Aaron Brethorst
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Originally Developed by Peter Cooper - 2008
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