Monthly Archives: December 2007

Rob’s Reminders r7

Major: Added a new action to the reminders controller. I added a new method and view to my reminders controller to show completed items. In Reminders Controller I added def completed @reminders = Reminder.find(:all, :conditions => [ “done = ? … Continue reading

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Robs Reminders r4

Robs Reminders r4 Implement remember me. I had forgotten to uncomment the remember me block of code in the /app/views/account/login.rhtml file. Removing this will allow users to skip the login process once they have successfully logged in once. Change the … Continue reading

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Robs Reminders r3 – Authentication and Base model

r3 available via http://code.google.com/p/robsreminders/ is now up and running at http://robsreminders.com . In this check-in I installed the authentication system, created the reminder model, added a site wide layout, and created a main controller. Wow! Most updates won’t be this … Continue reading

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Robs Reminders

When I’m learning a new programming language or framework its important for me to have a project to build. Abstract test cases are nice, but for me it needs to be something that is real. Something that I can and … Continue reading

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Todo List using Rails 2.0.1 with ‘act as authenticated’

I’ve been looking at Rails examples for well over a year now. I’ve seen a lot of todo list examples, forum examples, and others. The one thing missing from these examples is authentication. I mean what kind of web app … Continue reading

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