Provides the best way to add rating capabilites to your Rails application with jQuery Raty plugin.
Find it at github.com/muratguzel/letsrate
Add the letsrate gem into your Gemfile
rails g letsrate User
Suppose you will have a devise user model which name is User. The devise generator and letsrate generator should be like below
rails g devise:install rails g devise user rails g letsrate user # => user is the model generated by devise
This generator will create Rate and RatingCache models and link to your user model.
I suppose you have a car model
rails g model car name:string
You should add the letsrate_rateable function with its dimensions option. You can add multiple dimensions.
class Car < ActiveRecord::Base letsrate_rateable "speed", "engine", "price" end
Then you need to add a call letsrate_rater in the user model.
class User < ActiveRecord::Base letsrate_rater end
There is a helper method which name is rating_for to add the star links. By default rating_for will display the average rating and accept the new rating value from authenticated user.
<%# show.html.erb -> /cars/1 %> Speed : <%= rating_for @car, "speed" %> Engine : <%= rating_for @car, "engine" %> Price : <%= rating_for @car, "price" %>
If you need to change the star number, you should use star option like below.
Speed : <%= rating_for @car, "speed", :star => 10 %> Speed : <%= rating_for @car, "engine", :star => 7 %> Speed : <%= rating_for @car, "price" %>
You can use the rating_for_user helper method to show the star rating for the user.
Speed : <%= rating_for_user @car, current_user, "speed", :star => 10 %>
If you find bugs please open a ticket at https://github.com/muratguzel/letsrate/issues