Rails Tutorial for Devise with CanCan and Twitter Bootstrap

Submitted by Daniel Kehoe 2012-04-20 16:14:50 UTC
Source:  http://railsapps.github.com/tutorial-rails-bootstrap-devise-cancan.html

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Devise

Flexible authentication solution for Rails with Warden

Rubygem devise

Total Downloads
11571006
Releases
128
Current Version
3.5.1
Released
2015-05-26 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-10-21 05:00:00 UTC

Github plataformatec/devise

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11889
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2471
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Last commit
2014-12-17 20:18:48 UTC

Cancan

Simple authorization solution for Rails which is decoupled from user roles. All permissions are stored in a single location.

Rubygem cancan

Total Downloads
4909999
Releases
29
Current Version
1.6.10
Released
2013-05-07 07:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-11-16 08:00:00 UTC

Github ryanb/cancan

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5692
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793
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Last commit
2013-09-06 18:29:30 UTC

bootstrap-sass

Twitter's Bootstrap, converted to Sass and ready to drop into Rails or Compass

Rubygem bootstrap-sass

Total Downloads
7312142
Releases
57
Current Version
3.3.5
Released
2015-06-16 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2011-09-06 00:00:00 UTC

Github twbs/bootstrap-sass

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7951
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1719
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Last commit
2014-12-19 16:31:43 UTC
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30
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rolify

Very simple Roles library without any authorization enforcement supporting scope on resource objects (instance or class). Supports ActiveRecord and Mongoid ORMs.

Rubygem rolify

Total Downloads
521011
Releases
33
Current Version
3.5.2
Released
2015-01-14 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2011-06-03 00:00:00 UTC
Depends on following gems
Depending Gems
5

Github RolifyCommunity/rolify

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1424
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230
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Last commit
2015-05-20 16:43:56 UTC
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