Typus is a control panel for Ruby on Rails applications to allow trusted users edit structured content.
It’s not a CMS with a full working system but it provides a part of the system: authentication, permissions and basic look and feel for your websites control panel. So using Rails with Typus lets you concentrate on your application instead of the bits to manage the system.
Typus is the "old latin" word for type which stands for:
A category of people or things having common characteristics.
You can try a demo here.
- Built-in Authentication and Access Control Lists.
- CRUD and custom actions for your models on a clean interface.
- Internationalized interface (See available translations)
- Customizable and extensible templates.
- Integrated paperclip and dragonfly attachments viewer.
- Support for Kamaniri and WillPaginate.
- Works with
Add Typus to your
gem 'typus' # Bundle edge Typus instead: # gem 'typus', :git => 'git://github.com/fesplugas/typus.git'
Update your bundle, run the generator and start the application server:
$ bundle install $ rails generate typus $ rails server
and go to http://0.0.0.0:3000/admin.
Create a PostgreSQL database:
$ psql -c 'CREATE USER postgres SUPERUSER' -d postgres $ psql -c 'CREATE DATABASE typus_test;' -U postgres
To test, clone the repo and run the following commands:
$ git clone git://github.com/fesplugas/typus.git $ bundle install --path vendor/bundle $ bundle exec rake
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Typus is released under the MIT license.