is a web application that tracks users' retweeting and favoriting on Twitter in real-time.
- is powered by Ruby, EventMachine, Ruby on Rails and Vue.js
- is completely free and open source (The MIT License)
- has scalable structure: capable of handling over 6k users = 6k simultaneous UserStream connections.
- Working on aclog.rhe.jp
- Collecting likes and retweets via Twitter Streaming API
- Protected accounts support
- JSON API (with OAuth Echo)
- Atom feed
- Linux (WorkerNode optionally needs epoll)
- Ruby 2.3.0
- MySQL/MariaDB >= 5.5.14 (utf8mb4 support is required)
- Node.js >= 4.0
Aclog has 3 components:
/- application backend (Rails, requires MySQL and memcached)
/frontend- client side code (Node.js)
/worker_node- event collecter node (plain Ruby, requires memcached)
So, there are some files you have to configure:
/config/settings.yml- Main configuration
/config/database.yml- Database user / password
/frontend/settings.js- Frontend configuration
/worker_node/settings.yml- WorkerNode configuration
For production, read
INSTALL.md for details.
For development, you can run aclog on your machine with foreman, after configuration.
cd /path/to/aclog bundle install bundle exec rake db:setup cd worker_node && bundle install && cd .. cd frontend && npm install && cd .. foreman run # will run all components in foreground (this currently listens tcp/3000 (backend), tcp/3001 (frontend), tcp/3002 (reverse proxy) # you will be able to access your aclog at http://localhost:8001/
MIT License. See the
LICENSE file for details.