Now super fast! (using sinatra_synchrony)
Ruby has some great micro-frameworks to jumpstart development of web services. But when you want to spin up a number of basic services using things like Sinatra, RestClient, and testing helpers such as RSpec, Capybara, and SimpleCov (not to mention dependency management using Bundler and a few simple Rake tasks), there's quite a lot of complexity and boiler-plate to deal with.
Want to just dive into development without browsing around for a while and setting things up? Working on multiple Sinatra apps and want a sane way to organize everything? Use Rocketship.
Install RVM and ruby-1.9.3
Clone this repository
bundle install --path vendor/ruby. Later, add gems you need to Gemfile, run
bundle install, and Bundler will install and package up your new gems too.
Start building your project
Modify your app routes in
Add background processes and basically any process you need to run to start your app in Procfile.dev.
Procfile has been provided to allow you to easily deploy this on Heroku's Cedar stack. If you're only using Sinatra, it should be sufficient. Also, Sinatra-synchrony will speed your app up decently :)
Add specs in spec/
rake sto run your app
Bump version number in lib/project.rb
You can add your own Rack-based frameworks in their own folders under
lib/, putting your classes (which sub-class your favorite framework) under the main module (by default, it's called
Project). Then, update
config.ru and you're good to go!
rake helpto see available tasks
binding.pryanywhere in your code to invoke the Pry REPL, which you can use for debugging purposes.
There's simple logging and an example of a Capybara test you can look at in this template.
protip: remove deleted files from Git (commit the deletions) by doing:
git ls-files --deleted | xargs git rm
protip: remember to run gem binaries (like Pry or Foreman) with
bundle execso that Bundler knows to take the path to your local gems in vendor/ruby
The original fork of this project came from https://github.com/daddz/sinatra-rspec-bundler-template, who in turn credits the Padrino team greatly.