A simple Heads Up display showing your calendar items for today, your unread emails and custom notes.
Heads Up contains good examples of how to use:
If you're browsing the source, the interesting files are:
If you're running the app locally, or using Heroku, you'll first need to obtain a set of API keys from Google, as well as specify the correct redirect URLS:
git clone git://github.com/maccman/headsup.git cd headsup bundle rake db:setup export GOOGLE_KEY=mykey GOOGLE_SECRET=mysecret rails s thin
Deploying to Heroku
git clone git://github.com/maccman/headsup.git cd headsup heroku create myapp --stack cedar heroku addons:add piggyback_ssl heroku config:add GOOGLE_KEY=mykey GOOGLE_SECRET=mysecret git push heroku master heroku run rake db:setup
Building the app with MacGap
MacGap is a utility for wrapping up web apps with a WebKit wrapper, and exposing a basic OS integration API.
If you want to build the MacGap application, you'll first have to edit the redirect endpoint in
./macgap/index.html to point to your remote application, and then run: