Using rolify with Devise and Authority

Submitted by Nathan Long 2012-08-21 18:01:52 UTC
Source:  https://github.com/EppO/rolify/wiki/Using-rolify-with-Devise-and-Authority

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

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authority

Authority helps you authorize actions in your Rails app. It's ORM-neutral and has very little fancy syntax; just group your models under one or more Authorizer classes and write plain Ruby methods on them.

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