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Ruby version 2.2.3
How to run the test suite
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Built by *Antonia Verdi*, *Jeremy Garza*, and *Ryan Jones* using Ruby(2.2.3) and Rails(126.96.36.199)
Run `bundle install` to install the gems used in our app, along with any gem dependencies.
![alt text](app/assets/images/bandspy_erd.jpg “ERD”)
Run `rake db:create`
This will give you the database needed to run the app.
After that, run `rake db:migrate`
This will give you the tables and columns you need.
![alt text](app/assets/images/wireframe1.jpg “Artist Page”)
![alt text](app/assets/images/wireframe2.jpg “User Page”)
To begin, a user enters his or her information onto the signup form, including their current location. When a user logs on, the main page will show events happening in their area in the upcoming week. Through the search bar a user can look up artists and see upcoming concerts for each artist. If tickets are available for purchase, there will be a ticket icon that links to a site where they can buy tickets. Users are able to follow their favorite artists, and keep track of them on the My Artists page. In addition to a list of the user's followed artists, the My Artists page also shows any concerts that those artists are playing within 25 mi of the user's location in the upcoming month. A user can edit his or her profile to change their location, and BandSpy will show upcoming events in their new location instead.