Good RoR design example.

Hi all,

I was wondering if anyone could point me to a good (ideally simple)
example of RoR design.
I am rather new to this subject, and I am playing with
https://rubyforge.org/projects/mystic/ as an simple example to
understand how stuff works, but I am not entirely convinced that it
has been properly written in terms of locating html code, javascript
code, etc. (e.g. There is a fragment of html code in one of the
controllers ).

Thanks
Jakub

Look at the code to beast. http://beast.caboo.se/

When in doubt about how to do things in Rails, often it is useful to
look at how it was done in beast. It is also small.

Good luck!

Sorcerous wrote:

Look at the code to beast. http://beast.caboo.se/

Uh, are we allowed to download Beast's source?

Or are we just supposed to infer its awesomeness from the clean layout on that page?

Look at the code to beast. http://beast.caboo.se/

Uh, are we allowed to download Beast's source?

Or are we just supposed to infer its awesomeness from the clean layout on that page?

Read the first sticky post of the first forum... sigh!

Hi Philip,

Beast is an open source forum.

I have deployed it my own hosting account on Dreamhost.

Which unfortunately is ridiculously slow :frowning: but that dreamhost for ya.

So the answer is yes. As with any self deployable rails app, you can see the source.

Its not so obvious how to get a copy from the front page at http://beast.caboo.se

Go here http://beast.caboo.se/forums/1/topics/381

and follow the instructions for checking it out from its subversion repository.

There is plenty of info on how to deploy within the many forum topics.

Hope this helps.

Cheers

Steven

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Go here http://beast.caboo.se/forums/1/topics/381
and follow the instructions for checking it out from its subversion repository.
There is plenty of info on how to deploy within the many forum topics.

Nice tests! (-:

I'm infering!

Phlip wrote:

register, get alogin and then download via svn