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Provides a set of valuable features for Registration, Authentication, Management and Internationalization.
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Hello

A Rails Engine.
Provides a set of valuable features for Registration, Authentication, Management and Internationalization.

Tested With The Latest

Ruby 2.3 Ruby 2.4.0-dev Rails 5.0

Status

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Install

Gemfile
gem 'hello-rails'
gem 'bcrypt'   # bcrypt is a requirement
gem 'nav_lynx' # nav_lynx is optional, add it if you are using hello for the first time
Terminal
bundle install
bundle exec rails generate hello:install
bundle exec rake db:migrate

Generators

After you are comfortable with this gem, come back and give these guys a try!

bundle exec rails generate hello:install # initial setup
bundle exec rails generate hello:users # our secret-sauce scaffold for users
bundle exec rails generate hello:views # copies our view files to your project
bundle exec rails generate hello:locales # copies our translation files to your project
bundle exec rails generate hello:concerns # copies our key-behavior files to your project

How To

Contributing

Versions

Semantic Versioning 2.0.0

Thank You

Tim Lucas, John Nunemaker, Dan Everton and Johan Andersson or their open source gem user_agent_parser. As well as Tobie Langel and everybody involved in BrowserScope (full list), as our device and browser detection derives from their open-source work.

Iain Hecker for his open source gem http_accept_language that helps us understand browser's favorite locales.

Brian Landau and Ryan Foster for NavLynx as well as everybody on the Bootstrap Team as we use these open source projects on our generated view code.

Copyright

Copyright 2013-2016 James Pinto – Released under MIT License