with apologies to Edward Albee
This application was built in fulfillment of a code test, spec as follows:
Please create a Rails application for keeping a catalog of zoos. The app should have the following features:
- Every zoo has a name and a list of animals.
- Every animal has a name and a species and belongs to a single zoo.
- A user can perform standard CRUD operations (create, read, update, delete) for zoos and animals.
- For each zoo, the user can see a list of its animals.
- The user can see a list of all zoos with the number of unique species present in each zoo. (For example: If the Clackamas County Zoo has a monkey named Alice, a monkey named Bob, and an elephant named Zeus, then its number of species is 2.)
- It should use a SQL data store (compatible with PostgreSQL) and run Rails version 3.2 or above.
Note the lack of authentication, authorization, or secrets setup - these was not called for in the spec. They would likely be implemented with the Devise, Cancancan or Pundit, and Figaro gems respectively. Todo: integration testing?
See it running at stephancom-zoo-story
Ruby on Rails
This application requires:
- Ruby 2.2.4
- Rails 4.2.5
Learn more about Installing Rails.
= Local setup
- clone repository
- set up database.yml
- rake db:setup
= Heroku setup steps
heroku create [OPTIONAL SERVER NAME] git push heroku master heroku run rake db:migrate heroku run rake db:seed heroku open
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