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README.md

Siwapp

Build Status

Online Invoice Management. See online demo (user: demo@example.com, password: secret).

API Documentation

SMTP Configuration

In order to be able to send emails through the app, you must configure the following environment variables in your system:

SMTP_HOST
SMTP_PORT
SMTP_DOMAIN
SMTP_USER
SMTP_PASSWORD
SMTP_AUTHENTICATION (plain | login | cram_md5)
SMTP_ENABLE_STARTTLS_AUTO (set to 1 to enable it)

Howto Install on Heroku

First clone the siwapp repository into your computer:

$ git clone git@github.com:siwapp/siwapp.git
$ cd siwapp

Create the app in heroku (we suppose in the terminal your are logged in heroku). Here we call the app "siwapp-demo", but choose whatever you like.

$ heroku apps:create siwapp-demo
$ heroku apps:create --region eu --buildpack heroku/ruby siwapp-demo
$ heroku addons:create heroku-postgresql
$ heroku addons:create scheduler:standard

Push the code to heroku, and setup database.

$ git push heroku
$ heroku run rake db:setup

Finally create an user to be able to login into the app.

$ heroku run "rake siwapp:user:create['demo','demo@example.com','secret_password']"

If you want the recurring invoices to be generated automatically, you have to setup the heroku scheduler addon:

$ heroku addons:open scheduler

Add a new job, and put "rake siwapp:generate_invoices"

That's it! You can enjoy siwapp now entering on your heroku app url.

$ heroku apps:open
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