It might not look like much, but it’s got it where it counts, kid. ‘Scrapcal‘ is a quick Rails project to generate images for my enormous IRL wall calendar. Enough is working to tag this set of features as an alpha release. The purpose of this initial release was to get familiar with Rails … Continued
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Update: I resolved this by refactoring the Print model to ‘Proof’ Scrapcal is intended to be a simple photo manager. I want to upload any number of small 2×3 ‘Photos’ and combine two of them into a 4×6 inch ‘Print.’ Each ‘Print’ is defined by its ‘left_photo’ and ‘right_photo.’ A ‘Project’ will have zero or … Continued
For the first time in a week I was able to add the initial authentication of the Scrapcal app using the Devise plugin. Scrapcal doesn’t do anything yet; it is just an empty index page. However, it will be an app to create calendar photos for scrapbooks. Mostly it’s just an app to build and showcase my … Continued
Here’s a new idea for a project I call ‘Scrapcal’. https://scrapcal.com/ (dead for now) In my analog life I have a big wall calendar made up of a torn up desk calendar. It takes up a whole wall in my bedroom and it is about 66″ wide by 66″ tall. Every day is about the size … Continued
After a hiatus of a few years I am returning my professional focus back to Ruby on Rails. This page will show updates from all my ongoing open-source Ruby on Rails projects.