Dress to Impress, a big fancy Neopets wearables previewer.
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matchu Add db field to override special color
Okay, fine, finally making this controllable from the db without requiring a deploy :P Setting this new field will cause `item.special_color` to return the corresponding color. This mainly affects what we show on the item page, and what colors we request for modeling on the homepage.
Latest commit c7d60e3 May 9, 2018
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.sass-cache phew. rails 3.2.12, including some asset pipeline. still buggy. Mar 6, 2013
app Add db field to override special color May 9, 2018
autotest rspec:install May 14, 2010
config undo accidental commit Jan 7, 2017
db Add db field to override special color May 9, 2018
doc rails 3 May 14, 2010
lib prefer scraped rainbow pool images over pet images Sep 5, 2015
script rails 3 May 14, 2010
spec news posts read from the database, with a campaign-supplement classna… Sep 27, 2015
test core of pet loading, still needs get image hash, download assets Oct 7, 2010
tmp utf-8 support in both ruby 1.9 and 1.8 Jun 4, 2011
vendor nvm, downgrade whenever Jul 17, 2015
Gemfile eheh, dont require capistrano Jul 18, 2015
Gemfile.lock nvm, downgrade whenever Jul 17, 2015
README replace standard rails readme :P Jul 7, 2010
Rakefile update Rakefile and tasks to match new version of rake Jan 3, 2013
config.ru move async behavior to development_async environment Oct 11, 2010
isntall rails 3.1 upgrade - still buggy Mar 5, 2013


An extension of Dress to Impress (PHP) that runs on Ruby on Rails.
I wanted to use Rails initially for Impress, but hoped that using
PHP would allow me to attract more developers. Looks like that
wasn't the case, so I just went with what I loved and made the
items database in Rails.

Future Impress sections will likely find themselves in this
project, rather than the PHP project.