Typus: Admin Panel for Ruby on Rails applications
Typus is designed for a single activity:
Trusted users editing structured content.
Typus doesn't try to be all the things to all the people but it's extensible enough to match lots of use cases.
- Built-in Authentication.
- User Permissions by using Access Control Lists. (stored in yaml files)
- CRUD and custom actions for your models on a clean interface.
- Internationalized interface (Català, German, Greek, English, Español, Français, Magyar, Italiano, Portuguese, Russian, 中文)
- Customizable and extensible templates.
- Integrated paperclip and dragonfly attachments viewer.
- Low memory footprint.
- Works with
- Tested with
- Tested with
- MIT License, the same as Rails.
Add Typus to your
gem 'typus', :git => 'https://github.com/fesplugas/typus.git' # If you have problems with "Smart HTTP" use the "Git Transfer Protocol". # gem 'typus', :git => 'git://github.com/fesplugas/typus.git'
Update your bundle
$ bundle install
Run the generator
$ rails generate typus
Start the application server
$ rails server
and go to http://0.0.0.0:3000/admin.
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