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An AGILE, Invoicing, CRM made specifically for Programmers to plan projects, bill clients and receive payments, plus much more, directly from The Jeweler Web-App or without ever leaving the terminal using Jeweler-Commit-Codes. By Devs For Devs!
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README.md

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Jeweler is a project planning, invoicing and CRM SAAS, designed specifically for programmers, built around the Agile development methodology.

Summary

Using Jeweler, devs can make sure to get paid on-time. It allows devs to always keep their customers / stake-holders informed on what the dev is working on.

Jeweler allows the dev to keep his head in the code and spend as little time as possible keeping the customer informed on development work and project completion

Jeweler Features:

  • Accept Customer Payments
  • Build Project Development Plans (Sprints, Sprint Tasks, Task Hour Estimates and Sprint Planning)
  • Set a Current-Task - Mark Tasks Complete, Open and Close Sprints, etc...
  • Jeweler Commit Codes - Codes inside Git Commit messages that execute tasks in Jeweler, like updating a tasks hours, estimated hours, marking it as complete, assigning a git commit to that task, etc... Allow Devs To Keep Their Head In the Code And Always Keeping Stakeholders In The Loop
  • Generate Invoices And Send To Customer + Request Payment
  • Allow Stakeholders to Keep Track of GitHub and Heroku Activity in Jeweler
  • In Jeweler Stakeholders can view the contents of Git Commits, GitHub Issues, GitHub Activity

Servers

Developers

Setup

To setup the database schema and migrations run

rake db:setup

Run all the tests

rake test

For verbose testing (Fix for Minitest CLI Options bug for running rake test -vb)

rake test TESTOPTS='-vb'

View Helpers

@nfatals = Array.new is defined in ApplicationController in a before_action hook. @errors = Array.new is defined in ApplicationController in a before_action hook. @notifications = Array.new is defined in ApplicationController in a before_action hook.

Easily print Errors and Success Messages

    # Iterates over @errors and prints them with toastr
    <% j render 'common/print_errors', errors: @errors %>
    
    # common/toastr/all takes any combination of the following
    <% j render 'common/toastr/all', errors: @errors %> # General Errors
    <% j render 'common/toastr/all', warnings: @warnings %> # Warnings
    <% j render 'common/toastr/all', successes: @notifications %> # Multiple Success Messages
    <% j render 'common/toastr/all', success: @notification %> # Single Success Message

Required

  • Ruby 2.5.1
  • Ruby on Rails 5.2.0
  • Bundler version 1.16.1
  • Postgres (PostgreSQL) 10.3
  • Puma 3.11
  • Check Gemfile for all software and Gem versions

Setup

Set the values in /config/database.yml to the Postgres database credentials (username password, db server) - my credentials are usernamme & password: postgres and postgres and database server URL: localhost

git clone git@github.com:vaskaloidis/jewelercrm.git
cd jewelercrm
bundle install

rails db:setup

Usage

Jeweler Commit Commands

Jeweler Commit Codes can be placed at the end of Git commit messages to execute various actions in Jeweler. Commit codes always start with #jeweler

You can string them together like this: #jeweler#task4a#complete #jeweler#task4a#hours#5 #jeweler#task4a#estimate#3 #jeweler#task4b#current

Tasks

Task commit codes start with the Task ID. Example: #task4a

  #jeweler#task4a

To complete a task:

  #jeweler#task4a#complete

To report hours for a task:

  #jeweler#task4a#hours#<hours>
  Example: #jeweler#task4a#hours#3

To report estimated task hours:

  #jeweler#task4a#estimate#<estimated-hours>
  Example: #jeweler#task4a#estimate#2

Set current task

  #jeweler#task4a#current

To complete, or incomplete a task

  #jeweler#task4a#complete
  #jeweler#task4a#incomplete

Sprint

Set current sprint

  #jeweler#sprint4#current

Open and close a sprint

  #jeweler#sprint4#open
  #jeweler#sprint4#close

Request payment for a sprint, or cancel a payment-request

  #jeweler#sprint4#request-payment
  #jeweler#sprint3#cancel-payment-request

Send invoice or estimate

  #jeweler#sprint4#send-invoice
  #jeweler#sprint4#send-estimate

Commit

To specify a different commit message to be displayed in the Jeweler note (rather than the commit message):

  #jeweler#commit#message#<your-message-here>

To hide the commit message entirely:

  #jeweler#commit#hide-message

Misc.

Heroku Memory Configs

Environment variables for Heroku memory settings; used for debugging memory issues / slow requests / slow system

WEB_CONCURRENCY="1"
RAILS_MAX_THREADS="5"
RAILS_SERVE_STATIC_FILES="enabled"
RUBY_GC_HEAP_GROWTH_FACTOR="1.03"
LANG="en_US.UTF-8"
PORT="80"
RAILS_LOG_TO_STDOUT="enabled"
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