Rails Prelaunch Signup projectThis is a fork of the excellent
This fork reduces the steps needed to capture an email address.
The notable differences:
- No more modals: Email capture is moved to the primary landing page (instead of a secondary modal)
- Design tweaks: Seems everyone wants a giant headline these days. Added copy placeholders.
- Does not use social sharing buttons (might add later)
- Uses erb instead of haml (but not all pages converted to erb)
- This is not yet compatible with Rails 4.0 see open issue. If you just need a quick way to throw up a coming soon landing page and don’t mind using a new framework, may I recommend using my Meteor project in the interim.
- I’m not going to win any coding challenge awards (n00b), so proceed with caution. You’ll find a few hacks in here, but most are labeled as such.
- If you want ongoing support, I strongly recommend you fork the original project and merge in my additions
Daniel Kehoe (http://danielkehoe.com/) implemented the application and wrote the tutorial.
Chad Kruse (http://www.chadkruse.com) converted it to 1click submit.
Hat tip to pseudomammal for the tricky bug fixes.
Copyright © 2012 Daniel Kehoe, Chad Kruse
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