Active Admin is a framework for creating administration style interfaces. It abstracts common business application patterns to make it simple for developers to implement beautiful and elegant interfaces with very little effort.
Documentation & Guides: activeadmin.info/documentation.html
Live demo: demo.activeadmin.info/admin
Need Support? Ask the Mailing list: groups.google.com/group/activeadmin
Allow developers to quickly create gorgeous administration interfaces (Not Just CRUD)
Build a DSL for developers and an interface for businesses.
Ensure that developers can easily customize every nook and cranny of the interface.
Build common interfaces as shareable gems so that the entire community benefits.
Bug Reports: github.com/gregbell/active_admin/issues
Want to Contribute? Read the Guide: github.com/gregbell/active_admin/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md
Please don't put feature requests in Github Issues. They will be closed as soon as they are reviewed by one of the core team members. If you would like a feature in Active Admin, please submit a well tested pull request with the desired changes. If you're not a coder, then the mailing list may be a good place to try to convince someone to help you out with your cause.
If you are going to submit a pull request, please read the contributing guide: github.com/gregbell/active_admin/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md
Active Admin is released as a Ruby Gem. The gem is to be installed within a Ruby on Rails 3 application. To install, simply add the following to your Gemfile:
After updating your bundle, run the installer
$> rails generate active_admin:install
The installer creates an initializer used for configuring defaults used by Active Admin as well as a new folder at
app/admin to put all your admin configurations.
Migrate your db and start the server:
$> rake db:migrate $> rails server
Visit localhost:3000/admin and log in using:
Voila! You're on your brand new Active Admin dashboard.
To register your first model, run:
$> rails generate active_admin:resource [MyModelName]
This creates a file at
app/admin/my_model_names.rb for configuring the resource. Refresh your web browser to see the interface.
When upgrading to a new version of ActiveAdmin you may need to run
$> rails generate active_admin:assets
If you get:
uninitialized constant Admin::DashboardController
when trying to view the dashboard (at
app/admin/dashboards.rb looks like the current default.
The best place to get documentation is at activeadmin.info/documentation.html.
To view a sample Active Admin application, checkout demo.activeadmin.info
If you have any questions, please email the mailing list at groups.google.com/group/activeadmin
We believe strongly in not writing code unless we have to, so Active Admin is built using many other open source projects:
Inherited Resources speeds up development by making your controllers inherit all restful actions so you just have to focus on what is important.
A DSL for semantically building amazing forms.
User authentication is done using Devise
Pagination for rails apps
- Iconic Icons
Excellent SVG icon set designed by P.J. Onori: somerandomdude.com/projects/iconic
Copyright © 2011 Greg Bell, VersaPay Corporation. See LICENSE for details.