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README.md

Dashous CircleCI

Dashous.com

Connect with other members of the Dash community to trade for Dash.

This Repository

Reading further is not needed if you want to use the dashous service. Simply go to Dashous.com to get started.

This repo exists for three main reasons:

  1. Transparency: I want to support the open source community and operate a service without user concerns about how I use their data.
  2. Community Contribution: I want members of the community to help build the features that they desire.
  3. Supporting Altcoins: This repo can be cloned and used for other Altcoins with minimal changes.

Creating an "Issue"

If you have a feature to request or a bug to report, create a new issue.

Check some of the issues that I created for a guide in formatting.

Contributing

It's expected that contributors have a solid understanding of how Ruby on Rails apps work.

I also use Postgres locally. If you're unfamiliar/rusty with PG setup, I find GoRails.com to be a high-quality resource for setup steps.

Configure:

Copy the development config file to enable it.

cp config/settings/development.local.yml.example config/settings/development.local.yml

Create an account at mailtrap.io and add the user/pass details that mailtrap provides for your mailbox in the new development.local.yml file.

config/settings/development.local.yml

smtp_config:
  user_name: PROVIDED_USERNAME
  password: PROVIDED_PASSWORD
  address: mailtrap.io
  domain: mailtrap.io
  port: 2525
  authentication: cram_md5

Get a Google Maps Embed API Key Just register with google, get a key, and enter it in.

config/settings/development.local.yml

google_maps_embed:
  key: GOOGLE_EMBED_KEY

Setup App:

  1. Install Docker Desktop
  2. Set it up docker-compose build
  3. Run everything docker-compose up
  4. View local app localhost:3000

Run specs:

I maintain 100% spec coverage on this app and will not accept PRs that diminish the test coverage.

To run specs:

  1. Mount app docker-compose run app /bin/bash
  2. Run tests xvfb-run -a bundle exec rspec

You should see output like this (number of examples will increase over time):

root@902f13892bde:/myapp# xvfb-run -a bundle exec rspec
..............................................................................................................................

Finished in 31.3 seconds (files took 2.25 seconds to load)
126 examples, 0 failures

Coverage report generated for RSpec to /myapp/coverage. 2281 / 2281 LOC (100.0%) covered.

Submit Pull Request:

For right now, I don't have any formality to PRs. I'll consider any that are created. I might add more specific requirements later.

Donations

Donation Address: Donation Page

Donation Instructions: video

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