PR Dashboard is a pull requests reviewing tool build on top of a Rails as backend service, and Ember.js as frontend framework.
There is an instance of PR Dashboard running on prs.crowdint.com. Give it a try!
- Ruby 2.1.1
- Rails 4.1.1
There are only two needed enviroment variables for this application. But first, you will have to create a new Github application, to do so, just go here.
For development enviroment you should set the
Homepage URL as
After that, you will get access to your tokens.
You need to set the following enviroment variables, you could create a .env file on the application's root. That file should look like this:
GITHUB_KEY=your-key GITHUB_SECRET=your-secret SECRET_TOKEN=3c129645bbb2ca4b21ff1998bba2339adf86c06ea247a9086bc353ad7220c56c5af587b1a6946b ANALYTICS_ID=your-google-analytics-id ANALYTICS_DOMAIN=your-google-analytics-domain
The SECRET_TOKEN value is just an example.
After cloning the repo, all you need to do is:
$ bundle install $ cp config/database.yml.postgresql config/database.yml $ bundle exec rake db:create $ bundle exec rake db:migrate $ bundle exec foreman start
And you are done!
All the Rails backend is almost covered with RSpec. To run the test suite, use:
bundle exec rspec
There is also a test suite for the Ember.js frontend app. To run those specs, use:
bundle exec rake konacha:serve
And open your browser on:
It has a command line runner too, the command is:
bundle exec rake konacha:run
Pull requests are welcome, just fork the repo, make your changes (don't forget to add tests) and send the Pull Request. That easy!