Simple and real-life tested Rails::Engine admin interface based on slim, bootstrap, inherited_resources, simple_form, device, cancan.


To build a new Rails application with AbAdmin, run:

bash rails new [my_app_name] -m https://raw.githubusercontent.com/leschenko/ab_admin/master/lib/generators/template.rb

Or add gems from template list of gems to an existing application and run generators:

bash rails generate devise:install rails generate simple_form:install --bootstrap rails generate ab_admin:install


To generate admin resource for model, run:

bash rails generate ab_admin:model [MyModelName]

Admin resource is just a class in app/models/ab_admin directory like this:

```ruby class AbAdminProduct < AbAdmin::AbstractResource preview_path :product_path

settings comments: true

table do field :sku field :picture, image: true field :name, sortable: :id, default_order: ‘desc’ field :is_visible field :collection field :created_at end

search do field :sku field :name field :is_visible field :collection field :created_at end

export do field :sku field :name field(:price) { |item| “$#itemitem.price” } field :is_visible field :collection field :created_at end

form do group :base do field :sku field :price end field :is_visible field :collection, as: :association locale_tabs do field :name field :description end field :picture, as: :uploader field :map, as: :map end end ```

To generate full admin resource (controller, views, helper) for model, run:

bash rails generate ab_admin:resource [MyModelName]


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