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README.md

Entertainment Management System (EMS) with jQuery Components

The EMS allows an entertainment agency to maintain information related to entertainment acts, venues an act may perform in, and specific performances of an act at a venue. For a given performance, a contract can be generated comprised of a number of documents and approvals by any number of users associated with the act, the venue, or the agency.

This repository mirrors the jQuery branch of the original version of this application, created solely on Rails (without JS) located at: master: https://github.com/michaelsimon/assessment-rails-contract-ems jquery: https://github.com/michaelsimon/assessment-rails-contract-ems/tree/jquery

Installation

Please contact Michael Simon at michael.simon@gmail.com for installation instructions if you are interested in utilizing this application.

Usage

Functionality

The EMS maintains the following pieces of information:

Act:

  • Name
  • Description
  • Size
  • Home Location
  • Website

Venue:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Zipcode
  • Phone
  • E-mail Address
  • Website

Performance:

  • Name
  • Description
  • Act Selection
  • Venue Selection
  • Show Date
  • Show Time
  • Ticketing URL

Contract:

  • Performance
  • Submission Date
  • Due Date
  • Status
  • Additional Details

Document:

  • Contract
  • Document Name
  • Document Description
  • Document URL

Approval:

  • Contract
  • User Selection
  • Date Requested
  • Date Answered
  • Status

Authentication

Any user can create an account on the site, however they must be approved by an administrator and associated with a venue, an act, or the agency. Additionally, once approved and logged in, a user can associate their EMS account with a Google and/or LinkedIn account for single sign-on.

Authorization

With part of the approval process specifying whether a user is associated with a specific venue, a specific act, or the agency, confidentiality of information is maintained. Users of a specific venue or act are only able to access information on act(s), venue(s), performances, and contracts, that are relevant to that entity.(i.e. a venue or an act can see only their own performances and contracts, an act can only see venues they are performing at, a venue can only see acts performing at their venue, etc.) Conversely, an agency user can access all data.

User:

  • Name
  • Title/Organization
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Password
  • Role Selection
  • Venue or Act Selection
  • Approval Status

Identity (for Single Sign-on/OmniAuth):

  • Associated User
  • Provider (Google or LinkedIn)
  • Provider UID

Contributing

Please contact Michael Simon at michael.simon@gmail.com if you are interested in contributing.

History

Please refer to the CHANGELOG.

Credits

This application makes use of the following primary technologies/frameworks:

  • Ruby
  • Ruby on Rails 4
  • Bootstrap
  • Font Awesome
  • jQuery

License

This repository was created as part of a learning exercise in Flatiron School's Learn-Verified program.

The content of this repository is available for non-commercial use only. For more information please refer to the LICENSE.