This is the next revision of nolotiro.org (v3), this time in Ruby On Rails.
- Ruby: 2.5
- Rails: 5.1
- PostgreSQL: 9.6
When finished, you need to log in to the virtual machine with the command
Finally you should start the application server
cd /vagrant bin/rails s -b 0.0.0.0
Now you can access the web application at this URL
Check out the script in
bin/bootstrap.sh - that's the same that Vagrant uses.
bin/rake will run all the tests, that should always pass on a freshly
downloaded copy a nolotiro's master.
For obtaining geographic information we use [Yahoo YQL].
For IP GeoLocation we use GeoLite2 City. The database is bundled with this repo in compressed format. To extract the database, run
You can also, grab the latest version of the DB from MaxMind by running
For delayed tasks, we use Sidekiq, that uses Redis. For caching, we use Redis.
sudo apt-get install redis-server bundle exec sidekiq
Development environment magic
For the emails we recommend using mailcatcher. This doesn't send external emails during development, and you can see them in a nice web interface. The SMTP port is already configured.
gem install mailcatcher mailcatcher open http://localhost:1080
For the localization and translation interface we use [LocaleApp].
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- Core based on Ruby On Rails.
- Geographical data is mantained in-app, and it started as a modified copy of the Yahoo Geoplanet DB, which originally released as CC BY 3.0 US, then taken down, but still available in archive.org.
- GeoLite2 data API by MaxMind to auto detect user location.
- Logo by Silvestre Herrera under GPL License.