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Very simple invoicing application built with Ruby on Rails and ActiveAdmin
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README.md

Active Invoices is a very simple Ruby on Rails invoicing application, built using the amazing active_admin gem.

Installation & Usage

Clone the repository:

git clone https://github.com/ianmurrays/active_invoices

And run the following commands:

bundle install
rake db:schema:load # or you can run rake db:migrate

You're going to need to create a user on the database using irb:

rails console
>> AdminUser.create! :email => "admin@admin.org", :password => "admin", :password_confirmation => "admin", :admin => true

You'll need to generate the assets for Active_admin:

rails g active_admin:assets

Now, run rails server and point your server to http://localhost:3000 and try out your new installation.

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