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ruby version 2.3.3
rails version 22.214.171.124
Get the code
Get the code from this repo
Install all the gems
Spice up the database
Get some data
Run the specs
Run the server
Please contribute! Fix typos, submit issues, make PRs! We welcome everything.
Note: you will need permission from the rubycorns in order to push your branches to this repository. Until you have been granted permission, please fork this repository, and create a branch from your fork.
Create new branch (you should be in the directory of the project)
git branch Name_of_your_branch
Switch to the newly created branch (the same if you need to change to the branch that already exist)
git checkout Name_of_your_branch
Or do both steps at the same time:
git checkout -b Name_of_your_branch
Push the new branch to the repository (with some commits or just "bare" branch)
git push --set-upstream origin Name_of_your_branch
Delete local branch
git branch -D Name_of_your_branch
Git: commit your changes
Make changes, then
git add -A
Tell the others what you did
git commit -m "description of changes"
Off to GitHub
Make a pull request
- Select your branch on GitHub.
- Click 'Pull Request'.
- Write a little summary of what you did and alert people if you need help. before merging.
- When you merge and close your branch, please make sure to include a ridiculous gif.