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Getting Started

Requirements

  • Ruby 2.7.4
  • PostgreSQL 10+
  • Redis 4+

Contributing

  • Using Docker...

    • Start it up: docker-compose up -d
    • Create the database: docker-compose run --rm web rake db:setup
  • Not using Docker...

    • Install gems: bundle install
    • Create the database: rake db:setup
    • Start the Rails server: rails s
  • Visit http://localhost:3000/admin and verify you can login and see the admin dashboard.

Interacting with Slack

Depending on what you are doing you can get started without needing to interact with our Slack instance. However, if you do need it:

  • Join the Railslink-dev Slack team by requesting an invitation (we'll need your email) in the official #railslink-dev channel.

  • Ask an existing member of Railslink-dev to make you an admin.

  • Acquire the missing Railslink-dev ENV vars in .env from another Slack member (ie. phallstrom). Add them to .env.local.

  • Using Docker...

    • Test the Slack API: docker-compose run --rm web rake slack:test:api
    • Sync Slack channels: docker-compose run --rm web rake slack:sync:channels
    • Optionally sync Slack users: docker-compose run --rm web rake slack:sync:users
  • Not using Docker...

    • Test the Slack API: rake slack:test:api
    • Sync Slack channels: rake slack:sync:channels
    • Optionally sync Slack users: rake slack:sync:users