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Sunday, December 22, 2013

Tutorial - Deploying the ToDo application to OpenShift - Ruby on Rails

In the previous three posts we created a simple ToDo application with Ruby on Rails. In this last part we are going to deploy the application to OpenShift. View the application deployed to Openshift.

Friday, December 20, 2013

Creating a simple ToDo application with Rails - Part Three - Devise & CanCan

This is the third part of the tutorial. In this part, we are going to use Devise & CanCan in order to add user authentication and authorisation features to the application.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Tutorial - Creating a simple ToDo application - Part Two

This is the second part of the tutorial about creating a simple ToDo application. In this part, we are going to:
1. refactor the Task create action to avoid redirection
2. implement the edit/delete actions accordingly
3. add some validations on the Task model

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Tutorial - Creating a simple ToDo application - Part One

So, you learned how to say "Hello world" with Ruby on Rails and it's time to move on since that app is not something you will use unless you are the only one survived on earth.
In this part of the tutorial you will get familiar with the following items.
  1. saving objects (from now on we will use the rails term model for these)
  2. the rails console
  3. using haml for your views
  4. using Twitter Bootstrap CSS to make your application look nice