This is the code for the website BitParrot.co.
I conceived, designed, and built this myself. I did it because I was tired of tracking all the "bits" I needed to track in separate places so I built this "parrot" that does it for me.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. See deployment for notes on how to deploy the project on a live system.
- Postgres (OSX users can run
brew install postgresql)
- bundler (
gem install bundler)
- Ruby 2.3.1 (or whatever version this app is currently using, check the Gemfile)
- Any environment variables you prefer to setup and use.
- (start your Postgres db)
rake db:create(TODO: create seed data)
- (remember to migrate which in a Rails 5 app is
To create an initial admin user, fire up
rails c and do the following:
u = User.create(username: "Whatever", password: "foo123456", email: "firstname.lastname@example.org", password_confirmation: "foo123456") u.activate! u.is_admin = true u.save
Running the server
Running the tests
There are pre-seeded rspec tests. To run these it is 'rspec spec' from your command line.
More about the tests
These pre-seeded tests include feature, model, and policy tests. See the RSpec folder for details.
Since this is a Ruby application, deploying it to Heroku is easy.
- Getting Started on Heroku with Ruby - Here is a good step by step from Heroku.
- Rails 5
And the usual suspects including:
This was built my Michelle Bonat. It's not currently open for contributions, but I would love to hear any comments and suggestions about how you have modified this code. Contact me through the methods noted below.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details