Create todo lists for your projects
Here is why I decided to build this app: Replacing rails views with ember.js
Try it online
You can try it online here.
Run it locally
If you prefer to run it locally, follow these steps.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:carvil/dash-it.git cd dash-it bundle install
If you don't want to use postgres in development mode, change the gemfile to use sqlite3 instead (and change the database.yml file). Then, create the database and run the migrations:
bundle exec rake db:create bundle exec rake db:migrate
To get started right away with a test user (complete with an example project and some todos), run:
bundle exec rake db:seed
This will create a user in your development database with email 'email@example.com' and the password 'lovelace'. When you run the app in development, you will be able to use this user to play around. Don't run this in production.
And finally, you can then either run:
bundle exec rails s
Please note that if you want to try the login via github and facebook locally, you will need to create the apps there and create a .env file in the root of the project that contains the app ids and keys. An example would be:
GITHUB_APP_ID=your_github_app_id GITHUB_APP_SECRET=your_github_app_secret RACK_ENV=development FACEBOOK_APP_ID=your_facebook_app_id FACEBOOK_APP_SECRET=your_facebook_app_secret
Copyright (c) 2012 Carlos Vilhena. See LICENSE for details.