RailsAdmin is a Rails engine that provides an easy-to-use interface for managing your data.
- Display database tables
- Create new data
- Easily update data
- Safely delete data
- Custom actions
- Automatic form validation
- Search and filtering
- Export data to CSV/JSON/XML
- Authentication (via Devise)
- Authorization (via Cancan)
- User action history (internally or via PaperTrail)
- Supported ORMs
- Mongoid [new]
Gemfile, add the following dependencies:
gem 'fastercsv' # Only required on Ruby 1.8 and below gem 'rails_admin'
$ bundle install
And then run:
$ rails g rails_admin:install
This generator will install RailsAdmin and Devise if you don't already have it installed. Devise is strongly recommended to protect your data from anonymous users. Note: If you do not already have Devise installed, make sure you remove the registerable module from the generated user model.
It will modify your
mount RailsAdmin::Engine => '/admin', :as => 'rails_admin' # Feel free to change '/admin' to any namespace you need.
It will also add an intializer that will help you getting started. (head for config/initializers/rails_admin.rb)
$ bundle exec rake db:migrate
More on that in the Wiki
Start the server:
$ rails server
You should now be able to administer your site at http://localhost:3000/admin.
All configuration documentation has moved to the wiki: https://github.com/sferik/rails_admin/wiki
If you have a question, please check this README, the wiki, and the list of known issues.
If you still have a question, you can ask the official RailsAdmin mailing list.
If you think you found a bug in RailsAdmin, you can submit an issue.
In the spirit of free software, everyone is encouraged to help improve this project.
Here are some ways you can contribute:
- by using alpha, beta, and prerelease versions
- by reporting bugs
- by suggesting new features
- by writing or editing documentation
- by writing specifications
- by writing code (no patch is too small: fix typos, add comments, clean up inconsistent whitespace)
- by refactoring code
- by fixing issues
- by reviewing patches
We use the GitHub issue tracker to track bugs and features. Before submitting a bug report or feature request, check to make sure it hasn't already been submitted. When submitting a bug report, please include a Gist that includes a stack trace and any details that may be necessary to reproduce the bug, including your gem version, Ruby version, and operating system. Ideally, a bug report should include a pull request with failing specs.
- Fork the repository.
- Create a topic branch.
- Add specs for your unimplemented feature or bug fix.
bundle exec rake spec. If your specs pass, return to step 3.
- Implement your feature or bug fix.
bundle exec rake spec. If your specs fail, return to step 5.
open coverage/index.html. If your changes are not completely covered by your tests, return to step 3.
- Add, commit, and push your changes.
- Submit a pull request.
This library aims to support and is tested against the following Ruby implementations: