Harvest List is a social media marketplace app for chefs to follow the farms they work with, and for farmers to quickly update their inventory.
Harvest List is my final project for the Code Immersion web development course at Tech Talent South, Raleigh. I wanted to make something that I thought would be useful to communities I was familiar with. I have previously worked at farms and restaurants, and thought this could be a tool to streamline the process selling produce and buying ingredients.
- Ruby on Rails
- HTML / CSS
- Stripe API
To run locally, clone the repository and
cd into the app's directory. Within the directory on the command line run
bundle install to install the gem file dependencies. Then start the server with
How to use?
As you sign up you choose a
role, a seller or a buyer, which would be a farmer or chef, respectively. As a farmer you have the ability to upload new products. As a chef you have the ability to to follow farmers to create a feed of new products from the farms you follow, as well as the ability to buy those products.
You must sign up with a role of buyer to purchase products. You can pay with a test card using a test card number.
This project was completed under the tutelage of Brian Sowers and Tech Talent South, Raleigh. I had help from Andrew Dally deploying the app to Heroku and Amazon S3.