Is warpedtour.com running on rails?

I can’t figure out for sure, but their URL’s look very Rails-like. Here
is
an example “http://www.warpedtour.com/event/browse/15”. The company who
made the site is http://www.eventrobot.com, but there is very little
information on their homepage. If so, it would be a decent example of
“real-world” usage.

Tyler P. wrote:

I can’t figure out for sure, but their URL’s look very Rails-like. Here
is
an example “http://www.warpedtour.com/event/browse/15”. The company who
made the site is http://www.eventrobot.com, but there is very little
information on their homepage. If so, it would be a decent example of
“real-world” usage.

I believe so, you may also note that all the standard rails js files
(including application.js) are loaded and have those seemingly rails
specific weird identifiers on the end of teh js and css includes.

Also take a look at the register form. That’s Rails in the field
naming.

Bill

Chris C. wrote:

I believe so, you may also note that all the standard rails js files
(including application.js) are loaded and have those seemingly rails
specific weird identifiers on the end of teh js and css includes.

just an aside: i believe those are the last modified timestamps of the
files to force the browser to reload the includes when they change.
i’ve used this technique outside of rails… it’s nice that you get it
for free in rails though :slight_smile:

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