Sample Authlogic + Subdomain_fu application

Hi all.

I’m going to start a new application using Authlogic with subdomain
support (subdomain_fu) and I wonder if someone has just created a
sample application to use as starting skeleton (that can be cloned/
forked on github for example).

Cheers, Stefano

xponrails wrote:

Hi all.

I’m going to start a new application using Authlogic with subdomain
support (subdomain_fu) and I wonder if someone has just created a
sample application to use as starting skeleton (that can be cloned/
forked on github for example).

Cheers, Stefano

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Hi all.

I’ve just created a template application that solves my problem:

http://github.com/devinterface/authlogic_subdomain_fu_startup_app

Skeleton Behaviour

This template sets up a working application with support for
authentication and subdomain.
Application workflow:

* Guest access a public section of the site (http://localhost:
* Guest chooses to register new account (http://localhost:3000/

account/new), including itself as user, and becomes account’s owner
* Accounts owner goes to his account (subdomain) url (http://
useraccount.localhost:3000/login) and logs into his account
* Accounts owner can add more users to it’s account (http://
useraccount.localhost:3000/users/new)
* Each created user can log into the account they belong

Skeleton features:

Here’s a list of what this template sets up:

Rails

* Authlogic
* Subdomain_fu

Javascript

* jQuery as javascript framework instead of prototype

CSS

* Blueprint as css framework

Testing

* BDD testing support using RSpec, Cucumber, and FactoryGirl

Other

Some other useful gems/plugins such as:

* Hpricot
* RedCloth
* Will Paginate
* SearchLogic
* Exception Notifier
* Inaction Mailer

Fell free to use/clone the template.

Cheers, Stefano

http://xponrails.net
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On Sep 14, 9:50 pm, Rails L. [email protected].invalid

Dude, you rock! Exactly what I needed!

Thanks a bunch!

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